PRO 100: Introduction to the Professional Portfolio
Prerequisite: Communication proficiency
This course offers students an opportunity to develop career readiness skills necessary to gain access to internships, service learning, and employment. Students will explore career planning, job search strategies, and interview techniques to establish networks and develop a greater awareness and appreciation of self, others and social responsibility in a work, career and global context. Each student will develop a professional-style profile and resume and produce an online career portfolio.
ITR 200: Internship
Mathematics proficiency and PRO100
This course offers students an opportunity to learn in a work setting while obtaining practical experience in their field of study so to apply and reflect on the connections to academic theory and practice. Students will work a minimum of 120 hours and complete weekly assignments to develop workplace communication skills, gain an understanding of industry and organizational structures, cultures, and ethics, strengthen critical thinking, research and problem solving skills, establish networks and develop a greater awareness and appreciation of self, others and social responsibility in a work, career and global context.
Reach out to your Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org or Internship Coordinator for more information about schedule and to register for these courses.