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Career Development Practitioner / Employment Counsellor personal eportfolio

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  • e-portfolio ELIZABETH LEVESQUE
  • STATEMENT OF AUTHENTICITY  This e-Portfolio is my personal collection of digital information targeted specifically for the purpose of obtaining a position in the Career Development field.  This authentic e-Portfolio is privately owned and created by me, Elizabeth Levesque. This work is solely my own, and I am solely responsive for its content, organization, and construction. I ask that it not be copied as some of the work samples herein are used with permission of the employer for portfolio purposes only.  I further hereby certify that the documents referenced in and submitted as evidence are authentic, and I agree to submit originals for examination upon request. ““Elizabeth, ... I feel privileged having you as a student.” …Carole Cotton:-)” Conestoga ‘09
  • Table of Contents  Personal Philosophy……………………..4  Professional Profile………………………5  Skills Profile………………………………..6  Accomplishments & Recognition……13  Resume………………………………………23  Calling Card…………………………………23 To return to Table of Contents
  • Vocational & Personal Philosophy In the personality assessment, Keirsy’s Temperament Sorter, I am the Idealist. “ The Idealists are the group most attuned to values and seeking the greater good. All Idealists seek to have a life of meaning, to help themselves and others grow to be the best that they can be.” My personal philosophy: To encourage a respectful and supportive work environment that inspires excellence in people.
  • Professional Profile See Accomplishments’ section for evidence My Core Competencies are: C1.3.2 Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning C2.2.6 Establish and maintain collaborative work relationships C3.1.6 Identify the major organizations resources and community-based services for career development C4.1.1 Respond to clients` needs
  • Graphite Drawing ’07, shown here in Newspaper clipping
  • Learn Continuously SKILL DEMONSTRATION EVIDENCE 1. Personal 1. Enrolled in the Career 1. Emails showing P philosophy to Development Practitioner’s Teacher comments continuously program at Conestoga learn and grow College 2. Fine Art Awards from M 2. Plans for, sets 2. Created and submitted art Community Art and achieves pieces to community Art Shows own learning Shows. goals 2 b) Newspaper articles Transferrable Skill = community interaction Rating: P = Proficient M = Mastery
  • Participated in Projects & Tasks SKILL DEMONSTRATION EVIDENCE 1. Plans, designs 1. Accepted as part of “Noted’ 1. Newspaper articles project (United Way pilot P and carries out projects and project), to work with 1 b) Award plaques M mentor in order to be a tasks from start participant in compilation Transferrable Skills = to finish with CD. Participated in learning with and from well-defined workshops, composed others, community objectives and song, met with musicians, interaction while striving outcomes studio recording, CD launch toward a common goal and other performances. 2. Works to 2. Noted Acceptance letter 2. Created and submitted art agreed quality pieces to community Art Shows. 2 b) Noted CD with jacket M standards & specifications 2 c) Noted website P Rating: P = Proficient M = Mastery
  • Think & Solve Problems SKILL DEMONSTRATION EVIDENCE 1. Creative and 1. Researched on-line e- 1. Sheet music / music program to learn to play piano, portfolio (my own) P innovative in exploring possible and music theory. Has composed several pieces and 1 b) Noted CD with jacket solutions created sheet notation for accompanying musicians. Building music portfolio. 2. Recognized the 2. Presentation Drawings 2. Designed to specifications M interpersonal, and rendered in Illustrator, technical and Transferrable Skill = innovative furniture ideas for software excellence, mathematical ice bar in Dubai (and other graphics for PowerPoint dimensions of a projects) presentations, flyers, problem brochures Rating: P = Proficient M = Mastery
  • Demonstrate Positive Attitudes & Behaviours SKILL DEMONSTRATION EVIDENCE 1. Deals with people, 1. Worked for five years as part 1. Letter of problems and of a team in a Resource Room Recommendation from M situations with setting for students with Department Head. learning disabilities at a high honesty, integrity school and personal ethics 2. Shows interest, 2. Researched on-line e- 2. Sheet music / initiative and effort program to learn to play piano, music portfolio M and music theory. Has 2 b) CD composed several pieces and created sheet notation for Transferrable Skill = not accompanying musicians. afraid to learn and be Building music portfolio. challenged Rating: P = Proficient M = Mastery
  • Works with Others SKILL DEMONSTRATION EVIDENCE 1. Understands and 1. Accepted as part of United Way works within the project, to work with mentor in 1. Noted Acceptance P dynamics of a order to be a participant in letter compilation CD. Participated in group workshops, composed song, met 1. b) Noted CD with jacket with musicians, studio recording, 1. c) Noted website CD launch and other performances 2. Flexible: 2. Worked for five years as part 2. Letter of M respectful, open to of a team in a Resource Room Recommendation from and supportive of setting for students with learning Department Head the thoughts, disabilities at a high school opinions and contributions of others in a group Rating: P = Proficient M = Mastery
  • Diverse Work Experience Holds a genuine understanding of the relationship between employers and employees.  Education: teacher, tutor  Industry: trainer, mentor  Computer technology  Business administration  Skilled trades  Plus…
  • spring fog mist Huron County-2008 Photography Skills= Transferrable skills brochures, leaflets, postings, documentation Accomplishments Next 9 pages
  • “Elizabeth’s warmth and sensitivity have enabled her to work so well with our students. She is very knowledgeable in many subjects that our students study and is willing to learn anything that is new.” C4.1.1 Respond to clients` needs
  • “In recognition of your work ethic and reliability , we have increased your hourly wage...” C2.2.6 Establish and maintain collaborative work relationships
  • “There was a huge response and we had some tough decisions to make…The committee recognizes your talent...this commitment is up to you…you will work with [producer] and make yourself available as needed.” C1.3.2 Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning C2.2.6 Establish and maintain collaborative work relationships
  • “…awarded the NSCAD Alumni Association Foundation Scholarship…Scholarships at NSCAD University are awarded on a highly competitive basis. Your achievement speaks most highly of your commitment to your studies.” C1.3.2 Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning
  • Special Education Core 1 Commitment and interest in human behaviour and individual learning styles. C3.1.6 Identify the major organizations resources and community-based services for career development C4.1.1 Respond to clients` needs C1.3.2 Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning
  • C3.1.6 Identify the major organizations resources and community-based services for career development C4.1.1 Respond to clients` needs Professional Kinesiology is an extension of Brain Gym, a technique to repair lost stages of development in learning. Commitment and interest in human behaviour and individual learning styles.
  • Recognizes the interpersonal, tech nical and mathematical dimensions of a 8ft bar with shelves for candles problem Back bar for bottles The pillars have saffron cloth encased in the blocks of ice to signify monks’ robes. Designer for ice sculptures, ice furniture, ice logos, ice bars and much more I did these Illustrator drawings, to exacting specifications, for an ice bar lounge in Thailand. The theme of this set of drawings is Temples. Everything here is ice, even the walls!
  • C3.1.6 Identify the major organizations resources and community-based “Huron United Way will bring services for career development together people and resources to create a community that . Creative and innovative in enables positive social change.” exploring possible solutions
  • Halloween Pennant Dragonfly, photographed in London ‘09 Participates and awarded in various community art shows. Transferrable skill = documenting Plans for, sets and achieves own learning goals
  • background photograph my own: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Return to beginning