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CARD 250 - Cardinal Careers

2.00 credit hours
What kind of work might I enjoy? The course begins with this question, inviting students to build the foundation needed to design a career. Students receive course credit to explore how personal strengths and characteristics, as well as goals and values, connect to career and postgraduate plans. To be competitive in today’s job market, students need to be able to craft and share their story. Through written communication, such as resumes and cover letters, to oral communication such as interview stories, students develop the skills to effectively translate experiences in meaningful ways. Through this course, students learn by doing, leaving with an understanding of professional interests, workplace fundamentals, effective resume/cover letter writing, interviewing and job search strategies.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Career Preparation.


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