EDG 2000 Career Planning Classes       

Course Description 

  • Self-assessment activities (looking at skills, interests, values, and personality characteristics as they relate to career choice)  
  • Career decision-making 
  • Career exploration  
  • Learning the necessary employability skills (i.e. resume writing, networking, interviewing) 
  • To obtain and keep a job once a choice has been made 
  • The basic purpose of this course is to provide an opportunity for students to develop the necessary skills in all areas of career development.   

Course Goals  

  • Gain insight into your personality, interests, values, needs and skills as they relate to the world of work Gain insight into your personality, interests, values, needs and skills as they relate to the world of work  
  • Identify career alternatives for exploration 
  • Use a variety of information resources to explore academic major or career options 
  • Understand and use decision-making skills for life planning 
  • Learn employability skills necessary for a successful job search (i.e. resume writing, interviewing, job hunting, networking, cover letter writing). 
  • Understanding Occupational Trends and the changing world of work.   
  • Development of team, leadership, and presentation skills 

 

 

Six Sections Are Offered In Fall and Spring Terms
Four Sections Are Offered in Summer B Term

 

 

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