Catherine Bonin’s Future in GWD

I am delighted to confirm the that the beginning of amazing adventure is fast approaching. After an intensive five semesters of hard work and vast accumulation of knowledge, I can finally start seeing the light at the end of the tunnel of graphic and web design apprentice.

Who am I?

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Vector illustration of myself, © Catherine Bonin 2019

Currently, I am a full-time student eager to learn different skills in order to improve my experience and self confidence in the graphic and web design business. In a work environment, I am reliable, respectful, honest, and of course, I have an amazing sense of humour. I love to bring positivity in any room, because I believe that every moment in one’s life should be filled with happiness and should be productive.    I also am extremely understanding and retain information with ease. Also, I would like to mention that I am not perfect.  I am clumsy and often learn what not to do through trial and error. However, these errors are what make me gain the experience that allow me to say that I determined and persistent in this work domain. 

My Future

Now that you know a bit about me, it is time to talk about the future. What do I want to see at the end of my tunnel? I would love to be able to integrate myself in a company that have a similar mentality to mine. Somewhere where employees are encouraged to learn and use communication, respect and patience to complete and succeed different projects together. I know I might not find this perfect job on my the first try. However, I will not give up that easily. I will be grateful for any possible career path and will bring 110% of my effort to complete everything and anything you need.

To conclude, I am not perfect; I am realistic. I learn every day and am grateful for every opportunity. After this program I can say that I have mastered many of the Adobe and Microsoft software. As well as many programs and concepts concerning HTML.

I would also love to thank my friends and family for teaching me the lessons that made me who I am today.

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