Locate the website for a credible organization in your future field based on your degree goals.
Review and research the website for the organization to locate an article that focuses on a problem or issue that needs to be solved.
Write a casual letter to a close friend or family member sharing how some of the information you found in the article from the Occupational Handbook can be helpful to him or her.
For instance, if you are going into the medical field and you found an article on diabetes, you could write a personal letter to your sibling indicating how the information in the article might help him or her to prevent or manage diabetes. If you are going into the IT field, you might write about how an article you found on cyber security might help him or her prevent identity theft in their future.
Dear Little Sister,
Hope this letter will find you in good health and in heights of your spirits. Here, in this Aviation Institute, I am missing you so much. I am missing your charming playfulness, your arguments and your cares for me. Recently, I have found an article in my occupational handbook regarding flight and passenger safety and I want to share some surprising facts to you from that article.
I know that Turbulence in aircraft is not an unknown fact to you and I have seen you to enjoy those bouncy behaviors too much. But, you will be surprise to know that to airline passengers and flight attendants, in-flight turbulence is the major reason behind the injuries among nonfatal accidents. According to Hicks (2012), every year, on an average 58 people are injured by turbulence because of wearing their seat belts in United States. In all these cases passengers were not wearing their seat belts even when the seat belt sign was illuminated. After having too much protective measures from the onboard service providers this situation often occurs and causes injuries.
It is my request to you that please follow the instruction given by flight attendance and take care of your health. Being an elder brother I am very worried about the flight experiences you are having nowadays in my absence. Hope you will understand the concern of your elder brother and you will remember this forever.
Hicks, P. C. (2012). Injuries from Turbulence: Forecasting Conditions for Liability. Issues Aviation L. & Pol'y, 12, 97.