Gurleen Kaur Grewal
Goal Setting (Smart goal)
Academic smart goal
S- I would like to get higher marks for all entire course such as 80% or higher
M- the methods are going to be is that study all the time (Monday – Friday) and if I am busy over the weekend then I would have to make time to study. Like when I am driving to the place I can study or if I am board at the place I can study. When I get homework I should do it no matter what my condition is. I would know that my marks are higher is by asking the teacher every time what is my mark or I am I above 80% and I can also do is that I can see if my test marks if I am passing.
A- When I get homework I should do it as soon as possible so I have time to study. If I have a test on Wednesday, I should start reviewing 3-5 days before and study everyday if there is no test
R- This is important because I need to get in to university and get a good job
T- The time frame is 2016-2018 because I need to get good grade for grade 10,11,12 and after high school. I also need to get to a good university.
S- I would love to get about 200 hours at the doctor office
M- The methods will be that to go their about everyday for at least 4-5 hours a day or not every day then go there at Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 4 hours. Make
A- have to go their every time can not say that i am not going to or i will go tomorrow.
R- This is important because i would love to get a good job.
T- The time frame is July to August.
GGrewal@gmail.com 27 FUNLAND 905-278-2708
Want this job because would like to have enough money for my kids’ education and for future expense.
Louise Arbour Secondary School
2018 High school diploma
· Member badminton club
· Member hockey club
· Member soccer club
· Member of social justice Club
· Member of ECO Club
· Computerized Accounting Specialist training
· Training course in Microsoft Excel and Word
· Volunteer at the old age home
Delivered informational sales presentations to potential investors to build symbiotic client relationships. Assessed customer needs and responded to questions. Cleaned and straightened work area. Issued receipts for purchases and gifts. Organized register supplies. Provided professional and courteous service at all times. Worked overtime shifts during busy periods.
· Helped patients by serving meals
· feeding as necessary
· Positioning in bed
· Assisted if they need
· help the resident
· Cash handling
· Accounting systems assessment
· Cost accounting
· General and tax accounting
· Adobe software
· Behavior management techniques
· Creative arts talent Positive and cheerful
· Active listener
· management software programs
· Basic clerical knowledge
· Classroom management
· Exceptional organizational skills
· Training in food handling preparation
· Schedule creation and maintenance
· Preschool educator
· Conversant in Punjabi, Malay, Hindi
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