Career Development I

LIFESK 920.10

Designed exclusively for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities this student-directed course prepares Pathway students for their fieldwork experience by focusing on a variety of career exploration…

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What you can learn.

  • Explore individual interests and skills and understand how to set short-term and long-term career goals that align with such interests
  • Draft, revise, and edit professional resumes and portfolios for use in current and future job application processes
  • Understand and apply proper application process etiquette, including effective interview and job research techniques
  • Identify good communication skills and gain confidence in making oral and written presentations

About this course:

Designed exclusively for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities this student-directed course prepares Pathway students for their fieldwork experience by focusing on a variety of career exploration activities. Upon an initial evaluation of a student's career readiness and skill levels, activities include setting realistic career goals, preparing effective resumes, participating in mock interviews, and behaving and dressing appropriately in the workplace. Internship and/or job development options will be pursued upon mastery of these activities and/or skills.

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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

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