Internship Hardship Activities 23 Your application to meet graduation requiremen

Internship Hardship Activities 23
Your application to meet graduation requirements by engaging in an alternative professional experience in lieu of an internship has been reviewed and approved. To be considered as a graduate having fulfilled the requirements, please complete the following workshops via slide decks and videos and then submit the corresponding assignments.
The Resume
The Resume Workshop
For this activity, once you have participated in the workshop by reviewing and working on your resume, please submit the following:
1.) Roughdraftofresume.
2.) Revised resume (be sure to include the program you have completed by
indicating your new degree.)
Navigating the Job Search
Get That Job!
This workshop has several slides with a series of questions and worksheets. Please submit:
3.) Answers to all the questions and submit a single document. Label each set of answers to correspond with the slide’s title or activity.
Elevator Pitch
Crafting Your Story
As you complete this workshop, please:
4.) Take all assessments
5.) Complete any questions and activities
6.) Write, revise, and submit your elevator pitch.
Personal Branding
Crafting & Designing Your Brand
For this workshop:
7.) Watch all videos and answer all questions and quizzes. Label each set of
answers to correspond with the slide’s title or activity.
8.) Write and submit your personal brand tagline
9.) Write and submit your mission statement
10.) Draft your Call to Action and revise your elevator pitch if needed. Join the
links below as we welcome you to your status as a Westcliff University Alumnus.
Westcliff University Alumni Association LinkedIn
https://nterstride.com/westcliff

Exemption from satisfying the University’s internship requirement through the ap

Exemption from satisfying the University’s internship requirement through the approved means due to a personal hardship requires students to demonstrate how they have exhausted all other options in order to complete an internship. Please provide a detailed account of your efforts to satisfy the internship requirement through the approved means, including what options you explored with the Westcliff University Career Services Department and why these options were ultimately not possible for you. Include in your Hardship Exemption application any relevant documents that may verify the extenuating circumstances that prevented you from being able to satisfy the internship requirement through the approved means.

Exemption from satisfying the University’s internship requirement through the ap

Exemption from satisfying the University’s internship requirement through the approved means due to a personal hardship requires students to demonstrate how they have exhausted all other options in order to complete an internship. Please provide a detailed account of your efforts to satisfy the internship requirement through the approved means, including what options you explored with the Westcliff University Career Services Department and why these options were ultimately not possible for you. Include in your Hardship Exemption application any relevant documents that may verify the extenuating circumstances that prevented you from being able to satisfy the internship requirement through the approved means.

This Unit’s individual project requires you to complete an actual digital forens

This Unit’s individual project requires you to complete an actual digital forensics report on a case you will create and execute.
To get to the digital forensics report needed for the assignment, download the “Digital Forensics Report Template” from the “Digital Investigations” section of the School of Information Technology’s LibGuide. After going to the Libguide at this location, click on BSIT, then under ITDI: Digital Investigations, open the 4th file down called “Digital Forensics Report Template.”
The template includes four sections.
You can review already existing cybercrimes or create an example cybercrime in need of an investigation and report. Your report should follow the format below and as illustrated in the uploaded “Digital Forensics” report:
Cover Page (Not included in page count): Agency Case # – Enter ITDI372U5.
Investigator Name – Enter your name.
Overview/Case Summary (Page 1-2) – Example, “On today’s date John Doe contacted my office regarding the illegal transfers of Intellectual Property information across Windows 10, using Internet Explorer. Etc. This section can vary in length but must involve enough info for others to understand what led you to start and investigate this case.
Forensic Acquisition & Examination (Page 2-4): Provide the details you performed as an investigator from photographing the evidence through acquisition and examination steps.
Findings & Report (Page 3-5): Provide details of what an investigator might enter to show what tools were used for the analysis and what was found in the Internet History search.
Conclusion (Page 4-5)
APA reference page (Not included in page count)

Homework #2: Introduction to Data Mining ========================= Part 1: Pick

Homework #2: Introduction to Data Mining
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Part 1:
Pick and define 5 key terms from the given list below. Use at least 30 words for each definition.
data mining, database, data warehouse, operational data, organization data, OLTP, OLAP, denormalization, CRISP-DM, out-of-sync data
Part 2:
Design a simple relational database for Amazon with at least three tables (refer to slides 17, 18, and 20).
Answer the following questions for your design:
a. What might a data set look like given your database after denormalization? (refer to slide 20, the pet example. Include at least one observation/row of data. You may use makeup/fake data.)
b. What questions might be answered with this (denormalized) data? You may assume the data set is big.
c. Are there any privacy/security issues related to your (denormalized) design? How would you protect against these issues?

Design a simple relational database for Amazon with at least three tables (refer

Design a simple relational database for Amazon with at least three tables (refer to slides 17, 18, and 20).
Answer the following questions for your design:
a. What might a data set look like given your database after denormalization? (refer to slide 20, the pet example. Include at least one observation/row of data. You may use makeup/fake data.)
b. What questions might be answered with this (denormalized) data? You may assume the data set is big.
c. Are there any privacy/security issues related to your (denormalized) design? How would you protect against these issues?
Pick and define 5 key terms from the given list below. Use at least 30 words for each definition.
data mining, database, data warehouse, operational data, organization data, OLTP, OLAP, denormalization, CRISP-DM, out-of-sync data