Career Scrapbooking Ideas

Use these career scrapbooking ideas to preserve your career memories.

A large portion of our adult lives is spent at work. Don’t let your memories of this part of your life fade away!

If you know someone who is about to retire, creating a Career scrapbook can be an especially meaningful gift.

Most retirement scrapbooking ideas are similar to general Career scrapbooking ideas

If you scrapbook is a surprise gift, you can interview the retiree’s friends or family to create the pages or use a blank template to design layouts that will accommodate his or her journaling.

You can also use a retirement scrapbook as a place for coworkers to record their good wishes for the retiree as he or she prepares for the future.

If you are a stay-at-home mom, you may think that career scrapbooking ideas have no place in your family albums.

However, stay-at-home moms have one of the toughest jobs around! That of taking care of the family. You can create layouts about the things you enjoy about being home with your children and what you have learned from your experiences as a mother. These layouts are guaranteed to become a cherished family keepsake.

Popular career scrapbooking ideas include:

Description of your career?

What do you like about your career?

your qualifications.

Your career scrapbook goals can include amongst others :

• To preserve and maintain historical career experience and memories

• To Preserve and provide a legacy for generations to come.

Documents to include in your career scrapbook:

• your curriculum vitae

• Newspaper articles

• Interviews

• Appointment letter

• Promotion letters

• payslips

You can make your career Scrapbook be self explanatory by writing down your...

• thoughts

• fears

• feelings

• hopes

• dreams

• aspirations

• experience

Attach a copy of your application letter.

Pictures and description of the different in-job trainings.

Names, descriptions and photos of your colleagues.

Description of the different activities participated.

Summary of life in your chosen career.

The different highlights of your career.

Awards and recognitions. Include pictures, explain the significance, how and why you deserved the award.

Since your career is a work-in-progress, Keep on adding as many additional pages as needed.

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