1.       Create a Professional Experience section for your resumé. Share this section in the narrative of your initial response. Identify all of your professional experiences, including jobs, internships, community service, service learning, college course projects, etc. Don’t leave out anything, whether paid or unpaid, or whether you enjoyed it or not. With each identify:

·         What skills did you learn or develop in completing each?

·         What you accomplished, or what products you created, in completing each.

·         What you left behind? If you had never participated in each experience, what would that organization not have now?

2.       Conduct a Practitioner Skills Inventory of your knowledge and competencies. Share this inventory in the narrative section of your initial response. Look at the information you listed in Question 1. Now create short phrases (one or two words are ideal, and using phrases found while job searching is best) to represent each piece of information. List these phrases under the appropriate skill set section (Interpersonal Skills, Organizational Skills, Analytical Skills, Communication Skills, and Computer Skills). You might list these sections on your resume.

3.       Using Google Sites, create a Professional Portfolio showcasing your professional experience and skills inventory using the information you gathered by answering Questions 1 & 2 of your initial response. Your task is to create a website to accompany or replace your traditional resumé. See item # 703 for instructional videos on Google Sites.

·         Publish your site and share a link to your portfolio in the discussion forum.

·         Then, in the narrative of your initial response, explain the value and/or challenges of using Google Sites to showcase professional qualifications and in sociological practice to create awareness for an organization, social issue, or research.