Since Leadership is not an option I choose Management.
Working on portfolio now …
This assignment should take the form of a coherent and reflective paper, a meditation on your life and learning, in order to demonstrate self-awareness and articulate your personal vocation. That is, you will craft a narrative around your call and your journey through the program, and future goals, you are encouraged to address the following questions:
Describe your strengths and the progress you made through the program touching on the assignments in your portfolio. This is not to be a review of those assignments, but a description of your growth through them. Include in this some experiences of the Jesuit Charisms, which ones impacted you most and what meaning do you have for them? Concluding this section with an examination of your experience in the program as your journey draws to a close. What advice do you have to make the BILS program better?