Seats are still available in the online and in-person sections of LAS 203: Professional Career Preparation.
This 1-credit, 8-week, satisfactory/fail course teaches students how to design and pursue a meaningful career. The course is part career exploration (defining personal brands, researching opportunities, setting goals, networking with professionals) and part job-search mechanics (resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn, interviews, salary negotiations).
The course features intentionally designed and scaffolded curriculum which includes highly researched lectures on best practices and weekly assignments that provide accountability and feedback for students to apply what they learn.
LAS 203 is open to undergraduate sophomores through seniors with at least one major in the LAS College. But the sooner students take it, the more chances they have to procure internships and other experiential learning that employers want.
LAS Career Services also supports and educates students via advising appointments, classroom/student organization presentations, career fairs, a rotating workshop series (fall topics under development), and online self-serve resources. However, LAS 203 is the best, most-comprehensive way for students to learn all interlocking parts of the career development process.
Watch the short video below to hear student testimonials about what they learned in the course. Encourage your students to register today! Please send student referrals and questions about LAS 203 to Tessa Brow, Career Education Coordinator.