It's Thanksgiving Fall 2012 and you are at the family event.
It's a great day, but something is bothering you, rather.........you are starting to get really anoyed because every single visiting family member keeps asking you the same question: " So, you're in college..What's your major?
It's annoying, and what's even more annoying is that you really don't know.
Scenario sound familiar? Don't worry, you are checking out the perfect page. Join our class and explore the wonderful world of careers and your future.
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Instruction in the development of a career plan. Emphasis is on interest and personality testing, values clarification, career information, research skills, individual skills assessment, decision making, goal setting and the development of a career implementation plan. Changing job trends and needs and the procurement and retention of employment.
This course is designed to be an "invaluable tool" in the discovery of your interests, your talents, your abilities, as well as a place to put together a plan or a set of plans that can guide you in beginning and completing the goals you have set for yourself.
The course highlights interaction between you and the counselor/instructor/guide, you classmates, and a myriad of testing and activities that point to your future.
A text will not be required, however, a series of Career Interests Inventories, Personality Inventories, and Values Assessment tools will be used. These can be purchased through the SRJC bookstore.
CAREER TESTS (Available SRJC Bookstore) Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory Career Occupational Preference Survey (COPS) California Ability Preference Survey (CAPS
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If you are not already an SRJC student, you must first apply for admission to the college.
After you have been admitted to SRJC, then you must officially enroll in this course through
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