INT 64 - Career Development & Decision Making

2017 Summer Session B Course Calendar

MTR 9:50-10:50pm, Building 599 - Room 1109, Instructor: Amanda Asquith

 
Here are the weekly assignments for INT64:
 
WEEK ONE
 
8/7
Announce CLAS hours
Course introductions: Review syllabus, assignments, and class expectations
 
8/8
Session Topic: Career Development & Decision-Making
Assign Groups for final presentation
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs.10-17
 
8/10
Session Topic: Self-Discovery featuring “WHAT’S MY STORY?” self-discovery board game
Guest Speakers: Eric Wilder, Career Counselor

 
WEEK TWO
 
8/14

Take Myers-Briggs Type Indicator & Strong Interest Inventory – Class held in Career Resource Room
MBTI Prezi:
SII Prezi:

8/15
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Interpretation
Assignment Due: Email Informational Interview, Part 1

8/17
Strong Interest Inventory Interpretation
Guest Speaker: Maddie Foster, Career Counselor

WEEK THREE

8/21
Session Topic: Overview of Career Services (Career Resource Room Tour and Handshake) – Class held in Career Resource Room
Guest Speaker: Jo Ann Villanueva Salvador, Career Counselor
Assignment Due: Assessments Reaction Paper

8/22
Session Topic: Exploring Majors
Guest Speaker: Jo Ann Villanueva Salvador, Career Counselor
Reading Due: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/02/education/edlife/four-steps-to-choosin...

8/24
Session Topic: Exploring Careers – Class held in Career Resource Room

WEEK FOUR

8/28
Session Topic: Get Support
Guest Speaker: Brandilyn Gilbert, Academic Advisor, College of Letters & Science
Guest Speaker: Christina Orzechowski, Undergraduate Advisor, Religious Studies
Guest Speaker: Eric Zimmerman, Academic Advisor, Environmental Studies
Assignment Due: Informational Interviews, Part 2

8/29
Session Topic: Get Connected – Class meets at Student Resource Building
Reading Due: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-you-should-start-join-student-organiz...

8/31
Session Topics: Networking and Professionalism & Work on Group Projects
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 36 and 42-46

WEEK FIVE

9/4
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY- NO CLASS

9/5
Session Topics: Get Experience & Job Search
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 18-27

9/7
Session Topics: Resume/Cover Letter/Interviewing
Guest Speaker: Employer from Procore
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 52-61 and 88-105
Assignment Due: Action Plan

WEEK SIX

9/11
Group Presentations
Assignment Due: Resume

9/12
Group Presentations

9/14
Wrap-Up & Course Evaluations

 

Grading and Evaluation

 
Class Attendance & Participation:

Attendance and participation are required for a satisfactory grade. A good deal of learning in this course will take place in the class. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to inform the instructor ahead of time and contact your class partner to find out what you’ve missed. In addition, this class involves student participation and missing more than TWO unexcused classes will result in receiving ½ credit. If you do not wish to participate in any activities, discussion, or examination of your beliefs, you may not want to take this course.

Assignment

Points

Pre- and Post-Survey               

5 points

Informational Interview Part 1

5 points

Assessment Reaction Paper   

10 points

Informational Interview Part 2                     

20 points

Group Presentation

20 points

Action Plan

20 points

Resume

10 points

Attendance, Quizzes & Participation

10 points

Total:

100 points

Grading:
In order to receive a Pass for this course you must earn a minimum of 70 out of 100 available points.  If total grades result in 69 points or below a No Pass will be issued.

Late Assignment Policy:
All assignments will be due at the specified date, regardless of absenteeism or illness. Late assignments will be collected for half credit up to one-week past the original deadline. No credit will be given for assignments turned in a week past the original due date. The Action Plan is in place of a final and will be due on the final day of class. Late Action Plans (1/2 credit) will only be accepted through Friday, September 15. Action Plan and Resume will be graded and available for pick-up in the Career Resource Room by Friday, September 22.

MTR 9:50-10:50pm, Building 599 - Room 1109, Instructor: Jo Ann Villanueva-Salvador

INT 64 Syllabus - JoAnn

WEEK ONE

8/7
Announce CLAS hours
Course introductions: Review syllabus, assignments, and class expectations
 
8/8
Session Topic: Career Development & Decision-Making
Assign Groups for final presentation
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs.10-17
 
8/9
Session Topic: Self-Discovery featuring “WHAT’S MY STORY?” self-discovery board game
Guest Speakers: Eric Wilder, Career Counselor
Reading Due: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-tips-career-development-college-student...
 
WEEK TWO
 
8/14

Take Myers-Briggs Type Indicator & Strong Interest Inventory – Class held in Career Resource Room
MBTI Prezi: http://prezi.com/_mhcepyozird/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0...
SII Prezi: http://prezi.com/90kboa-jw0ac/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0...

8/15
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Interpretation
Assignment Due: Email Informational Interview, Part 1

8/16
Strong Interest Inventory Interpretation

WEEK THREE

8/21
Session Topic: Overview of Career Services (Career Resource Room Tour and Handshake) – Class held in Career Resource Room
Assignment Due: Assessments Reaction Paper

8/22
Session Topic: Exploring Majors
Reading Due: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/02/education/edlife/four-steps-to-choosin...

8/23
Session Topic: Exploring Careers – Class held in Career Resource Room

WEEK FOUR

8/28
Session Topic: Get Support
Guest Speaker: Brandilyn Gilbert, Academic Advisor, College of Letters & Science
Guest Speaker: Christina Orzechowski, Undergraduate Advisor, Religious Studies
Guest Speaker: Eric Zimmerman, Academic Advisor, Environmental Studies
Assignment Due: Informational Interviews, Part 2

8/29
Session Topic: Get Connected – Class meets at Student Resource Building
Reading Due: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-you-should-start-join-student-organiz...

8/30
Session Topics: Networking and Professionalism & Work on Group Projects
http://prezi.com/kpms6kkjfhxt/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0...
Guest Speaker: Amanda Asquith, Career Counselor and Student Experience Coordinator
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 36 and 42-46

WEEK FIVE

9/4
LABOR DAY HOLIDAY- NO CLASS

9/5
Session Topics: Get Experience & Job Search
http://prezi.com/ibsx-c5zbdgn/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0...
Guest Speaker:Amanda Asquith, Career Counselor and Student Experience Coordinator
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 18-27

9/6
Session Topics:
Resume/Cover Letter: https://prezi.com/guz0bgyqeyo7/resume-writing/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
Interviewing: https://prezi.com/efs2tptzv62i/keys-to-successful-interviewing/?utm_camp...
Guest Speakers: Jenny French and Steve Ambrosi from Procore
Reading Due: Read career manual pgs. 52-61 and 88-105
Assignment Due: Action Plan

WEEK SIX

9/11
Group Presentations
Assignment Due: Resume

9/12
Group Presentations

9/14
Wrap-Up & Course Evaluations

 

Grading and Evaluation

Class Attendance & Participation:

Attendance and participation are required for a satisfactory grade. A good deal of learning in this course will take place in the class. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to inform the instructor ahead of time and contact your class partner to find out what you’ve missed. In addition, this class involves student participation and missing more than TWO unexcused classes will result in receiving ½ credit. If you do not wish to participate in any activities, discussion, or examination of your beliefs, you may not want to take this course.

Assignment

Points

Pre- and Post-Survey               

5 points

Informational Interview Part 1

5 points

Assessment Reaction Paper   

10 points

Informational Interview Part 2                     

20 points

Group Presentation

20 points

Action Plan

20 points

Resume

10 points

Attendance, Quizzes & Participation

10 points

Total:

100 points

Grading:
In order to receive a Pass for this course you must earn a minimum of 70 out of 100 available points.  If total grades result in 69 points or below a No Pass will be issued.

Late Assignment Policy:
All assignments will be due at the specified date, regardless of absenteeism or illness. Late assignments will be collected for half credit up to one-week past the original deadline. No credit will be given for assignments turned in a week past the original due date. The Action Plan is in place of a final and will be due on the final day of class. Late Action Plans (1/2 credit) will only be accepted through Friday, September 15. Action Plan and Resume will be graded and available for pick-up in the Career Resource Room by Friday, September 22.