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Since 1864, we have been investing in and creating resources for deaf and hard of hearing children, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
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General Studies ProgramDirector: Paige FranklinContact: Lisa ParkerCollege Hall 216B
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Current GSR 110 Description
The course is designed to help incoming and transfer students develop a resume, practice networking and interview skills, and develop a plan that will lead to an internship to explore their career interests. This workshop will be taught and conducted by the Career Center. Upon successful completion students will receive a passing (P) grade. Students are required to complete the Career Development before they can take the GSR 300 Capstone course. Prerequisites or Co-requisite: GSR 150; or permission of career center director.New GSR 110 Description beginning January 20151 Credit Course The course is designed to help incoming and transfer students with knowledge of professional skills, behaviors and career competencies necessary for a successful pre-professional internship experience and their future career development. Students will create effective resumes, practice networking and interview skills to market key accomplishments, conduct career research through online resources and people, and develop a plan leading to an internship experience. In addition, students will learn basics of how to work with an interpreter and/or request other accommodations to enhance communication in the work setting. Students will receive a letter grade. Students are required to complete the Career Development course before taking their GSR 300 Capstone course. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: GSR 150, or permission of career center director.
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