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ASCS Q275: PROFESSIONL PORTFOLIO DEVELPMT
Students create a professional portfolio, an educational tool used for reflection and the practical pursuit of graduate studies and/or career placement. Students incorporate their personal academic experience into a tangible record of their accomplishments in order to communicate...
Professors: Bethany Kreitl; Crystal Smith; Jan Vandyke; (more)
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ASCS Q294: BASIC CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Development and integration of self-assessment, career planning, and academic work. Students design and produce an individual career action plan. Through self-assessment instruments, they develop their understanding of their personal values, interests, skills, and personality in ...
Professors: Adam Heeg; Alexa Yarnelle; Bethany Kreitl; (more)
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ASCS Q299: JOB AND INTERNSHIP STRATEGIES FOR LIBERAL ARTS STUDENTS
Emphasis on identifying each individual's marketable skills, locating job possibilities, writing resumes and correspondence, and interviewing for jobs. Stresses the value of the arts and sciences degree in the competitive labor market. Ordinarily taught as an eight-week course. C...
Professors: Adam Heeg; Alexa Yarnelle; Bethany Kreitl; (more)
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ASCS Q377: THE ART OF MEANINGFUL WORK
Examines the idea that each of us has a "calling" or unique gift that can make a difference in the world. Through experiential, theoretical, and discussion-oriented exercises, students are challenged to deeply explore personal issues of spirituality, meaning, and purpose in relat...
Professors: Bethany Kreitl; Doug Hanvey; Staff
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ASCS Q398: INTERNSHIP:  THEORY INTO PRACTICE
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ASCS Q398: INTERNSHIP:  THEORY INTO PRACTICE
Provides opportunity to receive academic credit for a part-time or full-time internship experience that applies classroom concepts to the world of work. Requires approval from Arts and Sciences Career Services, learning contract, employer evaluations, weekly journal, reflective p...
Professors: Bethany Kreitl; Karen Wright
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ASCS W498: PART-TIME WORK ASSIGNMENT
Offers students the opportunity to integrate academic studies with professional work experience in an internship or cooperative education assignment off campus. W498 is appropriate for students working in a part-time capacity (a minimum of 20 hours per week for 9 weeks).
Professors: Bethany Kreitl
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ASCS W499: WORK ASSIGNMENT
Offers students the opportunity to integrate academic studies with professional work experience in an internship or cooperative education assignment off-campus. Approval required from Arts and Sciences Career Services.
Professors: Bethany Kreitl
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