Summarize My Career Goals

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If I could summarize my career and day to day goals they would be to create, inspire, and achieve. In whatever circumstance that may be. As I reflect on the time that I have already spent at Western Kentucky University, my professors and peers have helped me to do exactly that. From both the encouragement and the discipline I have learned as a student, I have grown as a person and a dancer. I believe that the outcome of the dance program is not only the degree, but life lessons and knowledge to excel in the real world. My long term career goals include performance and owning and operating my own studio/company. After college, I hope to perform and begin adding various professional endeavors to my dance resume. I would love to dance professionally …show more content…
I am pleased with the performance opportunities that have already been offered during my time here, and the professionalism of each concert. In addition, the rehearsal process has encouraged me to obtain professional attitudes and habits. I also expect this degree to increase my knowledge on choreography and pedagogy. While I have had limited experience with teaching dance and choreographing, I have not been taught these trades in a serious and professional manner. Therefore, I look forward to learning and practicing the trades that the dance program has to offer. It is probably one of the most exciting aspects of my education to this point. The work that has been put into the program from the staff and faculty is …show more content…
While also being in a mentoring and encouraging setting between faculty and peers. In addition, this program has a lot to offer within the company and the National Dance Education Organization. This organization not only is about dance outreach throughout the community; it allows me to apply the things I have learned and offers many leadership opportunities. While brainstorming about events and fundraisers, there is expectation of professionalism and bringing my own ideas to the table. I enjoy that this dance program allows students to not only learn, but apply what one learns to better the dance community. It is amazing to see how the creative culture is merged with a high academic standard and yet neither are

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