HIM 445 Journal Guidelines

    November 21, 2022

Journal Guidelines

Internships are essential to developing the knowledge, skills, and abilities you need in order to realize your career goals. The three journal entries in this course,
in Modules Two, Four, and Six, ask you to reflect on your experiences during your internship and what you learned from your Neehr Perfect assignments.
Approach these activities as opportunities to reflect on and apply what you have learned up to that point. As a successful professional, you will need good
reflection and writing skills, and journal activities offer you the opportunity to further develop these skills.
Note: Journals are private between you and your instructor.
Guidelines for Submission: Articulate your insights and ideas in a professional manner. Include citations and references in APA format where appropriate. Use
language appropriate to the industry and company, providing annotations to clarify as necessary (for example, explain company-specific acronyms). Submit
assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.
Critical Elements Evident (100%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Reflection Reflects critically on the real-world
experiences of the internship and what
was learned from the Neehr Perfect
assignments
Does not reflect critically on the real-world
experiences of the internship and/or what
was learned from the Neehr Perfect
assignments
30
Self-Evaluation Critically evaluates experiences and
challenges to highlight opportunities for
improvement or instances of professional
success
Does not critically evaluate experiences and
challenges to highlight opportunities for
improvement or instances of professional
success
30
Communication Employs effective and professional
communication strategies and techniques
while writing journal entry and
communicating at internship site
Does not employ effective and professional
communication strategies and techniques
while writing journal entry and
communicating at internship site
30
Articulation of
Response
Entry is free of major errors of grammar
and organization; existing errors are
marginal and rarely interrupt the flow
Entry contains major errors of grammar or
organization, and these errors impair clarity
and interrupt the flow
10
Total

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