Build career development into your schedule!

Build career development into your schedule!

Register for Career Awareness and Career Readiness courses.

Career Development Courses

.5 graded activity credit courses offered through Career and Employment Services 

CRDV 201: Career Awareness
Using a liberal arts education as a foundation, this class provides the opportunity for students to engage in self-assessment and to apply the knowledge gained from those assessments to career options. Designed for students who are just beginning to expand their knowledge of different occupations, an emphasis is placed on self-assessment and exploration of various career paths. Topics include: assessing personality, values, skills, and interests; developing a resume; and introductions to networking and informational interviewing.

>>Looking to build career exploration into your schedule? Consider enrolling for CRDV 201, taught by Rebecca Pettitt. If you have questions, you can reach out to Rebecca.

CRDV 301: Career Readiness
In this class, students reflect on their career goals and their strengths, then apply this knowledge to career options.  Designed for students who are refining or focusing on career options and are ready to take action. Emphasis is placed career research and developing a professional presence on paper, online, and in person.  Topics include using multiple methods of career research and professional skills that include resume writing, building online profiles, networking, interviewing, and salary negotiation. Instructor approval is required for enrollment.

>>Launching a job or internship search? Consider enrolling for CRDV 301. You need permission to take this course—schedule a "Career Class Support: CRDV 301" appointment to chat with an advisor about your interest.