AWC 104-003: Career Exploration (2 credits) - Yuma Main Campus
October 13 – December 10, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:25am – 10:40am
AWC 104-201: Career Exploration (2 credits) - San Luis Learning Center
October 13 – December 10, Tuesdays, 4:30pm - 7:10pm
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Career Exploration
Topics include career development theories, the role of self-knowledge in career planning, use of the Internet in career research, college majors and related occupations, today’s rapidly changing workplace as well as latest employment trends and their implications. Coursework includes a major career research project.
AWC 202: Job Search Strategies (2 credits) - Yuma Main Campus
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Job Search Strategies
Thorough review of the job search process including traditional and non-traditional approaches to job hunting. Course will examine the role of networking, as well as preparation of cover letters, resumes, job applications, development of interviewing skills, and building employment references. Coursework will also focus on workplace survival skills, including employer expectations, work attitudes and ethics, customer service, working well with others, appropriate attire.
If you have questions regarding these courses, please contact Career Services. AWC Career Services staff contact info.