JRNL101 Portrait #1 – A Vision Empowers

 

A vision motivates, it inspires. To attain her goal of becoming a primary school teacher, Stephanie Cardillo's determination and focus must fuel her ambition. In order to overcome the various inhibitions that stand in her way, her vision must inspire motivation in accordance with the ability to overcome such obstacles that prevent her from materialising her aspiration. Through a Bachelor of Arts degree and University of Wollongong (UoW), Stephanie's vision has been developed and clarified, highlighting the specific benefit of being a UoW student - to discover an ambition.

A vision motivates, it inspires. To attain her goal of becoming a primary school teacher, Stephanie Cardillo’s determination and focus must fuel her ambition. In order to overcome the various inhibitions that stand in her way, her vision must inspire motivation in accordance with the ability to overcome such obstacles that prevent her from materialising her aspiration. Through a Bachelor of Arts degree at University of Wollongong (UoW), Stephanie’s vision has been developed and clarified, highlighting the specific benefit of being a UoW student – to discover an ambition.

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JRNL101 Interview – Jake Cupitt

Everyone has a vision, but whether or not someone chooses to focus and work towards that final chapter depends on their motivation, their willingness to succeed and the environment in which they attempt to achieve their goals. For Jake Cupitt, a Journalism student at the University of Wollongong, staying on campus and being supported by a network of close friends and family, in accordance with embracing university life and culture, Jake’s vision will materialise. As the Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort, elucidates in this seminar, a vision must empower someone – not enough to make them achieve mediocrity – but to achieve greatness and go beyond what’s possible.

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Jake in “Noir”

An artistic, out-going personality is encapsulated in a side-on shot which is further accentuated through the “Noir” colouring, as Jake philosophises about life at the University of Wollongong and what it means to be a Journalism student.