My goal Essay

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My goal






My goal, upon finishing my graduate studies, was to obtain a position in a large
corporation. I received and accepted an offer from Koc Holding, a diversified
conglomerate, and began my professional career as a project engineer at the company's
Energy and Environment group headquarters. I believe that the same perseverance and
determination that enabled me to attain these goals will allow me to contribute my unique
background to XXX's dynamic student body. In addition, I will share with my fellow
students my unusual experiences, such as founding an Environment Club while at college,
while drawing on my proven ability to motivate others towards a common goal.

I have also acquired specific, practical skills that will allow me to pool my resources
with those of fellow students. I am quite skillful with several software applications
(including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). At my company, I am often asked to prepare
presentations at meetings. Although we have information center at the headquarters,
coworkers frequently come to me first when they encounter problems with their PCs.

My adaptability skills come in handy even in the workplace: I have learned to function
smoothly despite unpredictable social, economic, and cultural conditions. During the
process of energy privatization, I played a crucial role in my company's new line of
business regarding lignite-fired thermal power plants. I have worked both on the
environmental end and on the legislative and economic ends of those projects in order to
gain a "big picture" of privatization. The insight that these experiences have given me
into unpredictable emerging market issues -- and especially the energy sector
privatization in Turkey -- has proved invaluable and I look forward to sharing it with my
classmates.

Over the course of these experiences, I have worked with many different people, which has
strengthened my communication skills. I am able to express myself well by adapting my
communication style to specific people or audiences. I have no doubt that these abilities
will come in useful in moderating group discussions or disagreements. After all, as a
successful project engineer, I have represented my company at various meetings in London,
Germany, and the United States -- a range of experiences rather unusual for someone in his
first years at a Turkish company.

The Case Study method used at XXX School may pose new challenges for some candidates; I,
however, became familiar with this method during my professional certificate program. By
investigating each case from multiple perspectives, I discovered (and subsequently
applied) several successful strategies, including active participation and thorough
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