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Introduction to Career Planning Through Experiential Learning

SOC SCI 2EL0 is a tuition-free, non-credit course that is noted on the official transcript. This 6 week, 12 hour course will engage you in a variety of hands-on exploration activities to provide you with a strong foundation for your career and future planning. You will better understand the skills that you have acquired in your academic studies, extra-curricular activities and summer jobs, and how this relates to making occupational choices and job searching. You will be introduced to tools, methods and resources that will facilitate your decision making now and in the future. Students will engage in exploration activities to provide a foundation for career/education planning. They will better connect the skills acquired through academics, extracurricular activities and work experiences to future occupation choices. Six lectures/workshop (two hours); one term. Course Evaluation SOC SCI 2EL0 will be recorded on your transcript as a PASS or as a FAIL grade. To receive a PASS in the course, you must: To receive a PASS in the course you must: Attend (in full) all six classes, receive a score of 23/25 on the Cover Letter Rubric, receive a score of 27/30 on the Resume Rubric and submit your completed assignments on PebblePad as a PebblePad Portfolio before 4pm on the Friday of the final week of class. Portfolios will be reviewed within three weeks after the final class.

SOCSCI 2ELO

Introduction to Career Planning Through Experiential Learning

Unit(s): 0.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

SOC SCI 2EL0 is a tuition-free, non-credit course that is noted on the official transcript. This 6 week, 12 hour course will engage you in a variety of hands-on exploration activities to provide you with a strong foundation for your career and future planning. You will better understand the skills that you have acquired in your academic studies, extra-curricular activities and summer jobs, and how this relates to making occupational choices and job searching. You will be introduced to tools, methods and resources that will facilitate your decision making now and in the future. Students will engage in exploration activities to provide a foundation for career/education planning. They will better connect the skills acquired through academics, extracurricular activities and work experiences to future occupation choices. Six lectures/workshop (two hours); one term. Course Evaluation SOC SCI 2EL0 will be recorded on your transcript as a PASS or as a FAIL grade. To receive a PASS in the course, you must: To receive a PASS in the course you must: Attend (in full) all six classes, receive a score of 23/25 on the Cover Letter Rubric, receive a score of 27/30 on the Resume Rubric and submit your completed assignments on PebblePad as a PebblePad Portfolio before 4pm on the Friday of the final week of class. Portfolios will be reviewed within three weeks after the final class.


Cindy Schooley

SOC SCI 2EL0 Facilitator

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Level II or above of a program in the Faculty of Social Sciences