see attached and below several intense weeks, you have finally reached the end of the capstone. This is exciting— you’ve almost reached the Summit! In your final Personal Reflection Wakelet, you are going to reflect on the experiences and learning in the capstone and then create a cover letter for your desired job. To help you get started with this, you will complete a few small activities which will help you prepare for this final task. Read: 
The Only Cover Letter Guide You’ll Need. This has a lot of helpful information about writing cover letters and even has some excellent examples. 

Think about all the challenges you have faced the past few weeks in the capstone. What new skills have you acquired from these experiences? What challenges do you still face? Brainstorm a list of your personal and professional strengths and be sure to reflect on the new skills you learned in the past few weeks.
Take a screenshot or photo and add this to your Personal Reflection Wakelet.
Reflect on Module 3 and the job you located for Module 3. Locate and look over that employment ad once more. (see attached)
In your Personal Reflection Wakelet, post the link to your selected job opportunity (or a screenshot), and then make a list of skills required for this job. You may need to do a little bit of research to learn more about your desired job and learn what skills are required. Also, look over your 
Module 3 Personal Reflection Wakelet and the career map you created. After you make a list of the job’s “required and/or desired” skills, look over your list and your career map from Module 3, and compare the three items. How do these compare (in which ways are they similar and different)? How do you leverage the skills you have and improve the skills you may be deficient in? Jot down a few notes about this.

Cover Letter:
It is now time to start writing your cover letter. Be sure to refer to the activities you have completed in Module 4 Personal Reflection Wakelet prior to writing the cover letter. Use ‘The Only Cover Letter Guide You’ll Need’ site and its examples to guide you as you write your cover letter. Select a template or style that you would like to use for your cover letter. Keep in mind the tips you read in ‘The Only Cover Letter Guide You’ll Need’ as you complete the different areas of the cover letter. You may want to submit a draft of your cover letter to TutorMe for feedback. Once you feel you have successfully written a high-quality draft of your cover letter, you are ready to submit it.
This activity is used to assess one or more general education career competencies (GECC). You will see additional rows in your rubric from your instructor along with assessments of Above/Meets/Does Not Meet Expectations for each competency. These rows do not factor into your grade.

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