Sarah had the passion to help people learn and solve problems, but her role in student services wasn't cutting it. Besides feeling drained and under-utilized, she didn't have the creative output she wanted in a career and decided it was time for a change.
She committed to putting her teaching and training skills to good use by pursuing a career in instructional design and shortly after, joined the bootcamp.
Sarah was able to showcase her skills and land a training specialist role with a single project and a clean and thoughtful website design.
On her featured project page, Sarah skillfully highlights how she utilized her experience and expertise in academic administration to design effective instruction.
Even though Sarah's project was not for an actual client, she uses her project writeup to successfully set up a strong business case and ends by telling how she would integrate learners and data into the experience if building this out for a real-world project.
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