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Experiential Learning

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EXPRL 181 Self-Advocacy • 2 Cr.

Self & Community Advocacy: Expand on information learned in EXPRL 180 regarding self-advocacy. Presents concepts and skills related to self-advocacy. Students learn to identify when, where, how and to whom to advocate. Students discuss current community and personal events, and the impact this has on their lives and work.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Fee: $21.00 eLearning Fee. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6351 B Christina Sciabarra Online TTh, 11:30am-12:20pm view required books/supplies 9 refreshed
COHORT
6350 A Christina Sciabarra Online MW, 1:30pm-2:20pm view required books/supplies 4 refreshed
Cohort.

EXPRL 191 Academic Internship Experience • V1-5 Cr.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Fee: $14.00 Internship Professional Liability coverage. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6438 A Chiew Jones
Kimberly Martin
Maria Cervantes Perez
Online
Online
Online
view required books/supplies 21 refreshed

EXPRL 192 Academic Internship Experience • V1-5 Cr.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Fee: $14.00 Internship Professional Liability coverage. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6442 A Chiew Jones
Kimberly Martin
Maria Cervantes Perez
Online
Online
Online
view required books/supplies 21 refreshed

EXPRL 193 Academic Internship Experience • V1-5 Cr.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Fee: $14.00 Internship Professional Liability coverage. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6447 A Chiew Jones
Kimberly Martin
Maria Cervantes Perez
Online
Online
Online
view required books/supplies 22 refreshed

EXPRL 197 Special Topics in Experiential Learning: Connecting to Community • 2 Cr.

Discover communities both social and career-oriented that you belong to or would like to join. Learn different ways of safely connecting with communities and meeting people in them. Build and maintain your community identities and reputation and learn how those identities support you in achieving your goals.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6354 F Christina Sciabarra Online MW, 11:30am-12:20pm view required books/supplies 8 refreshed

EXPRL 197 Special Topics in Experiential Learning: Social Media for Job Hunting & Personal Branding • 2 Cr.

This is a late start class. Students participate in reflections and hands-on activities to discover and articulate their strengths. They integrate that knowledge with their passions and experience to develop a personal brand. They use social media to create strengths-based profiles; explore practical strategies to make connections with employers, recruiters, and mentors; and articulate their personal brand. CLASS MEETS ON 4 days, 14 May, 15 May, 28 May and 29 May ONLY.

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6353 A Chiew Jones
Chiew Jones
Online F, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Online Sa, 9:00am-5:00pm
view required books/supplies 4 refreshed
Class meets 5/14 - 5/29.

EXPRL 220 Resume & Interviewing Strategies • 2 Cr.

This is a two-weekend synchronous late start course where you will have the opportunity to hear from HR professionals for the 1st Friday (May 7) with a Q&A panel to ask your questions about what they look for in job applicants and how to get noticed. On the second Friday (May 14), you will have the opportunity to interact with professionals through mock job interviews where you will receive feedback/tips on job interviewing and receive advice on how to make your resume stronger. On the first Saturday (May 8) you will learn how to write a targeted resume, develop and practice an elevator pitch, practice interviewing and learning more about careers and resources that can help you navigate college to career transitioning. On the second Saturday (May 15) we will learn effective job and internship search strategies, cover letter writing, salary negotiations strategies and you will learn how to a create a strong LinkedIn profile and how to utilize LinkedIn as a powerful networking tool. Course days and times: Friday, May 7 from 6 pm – 9 pm; Saturday, May 8 from 9 am – 4 pm Friday, May 14 from 6 pm – 9 pm; Saturday, May 15 from 9 am – 4 pm

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6355 HYA Kristen Davey Online F, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Online Sa, 9:00am-5:00pm
view required books/supplies 15 refreshed
Class meets 5/7 - 5/15.

EXPRL 491 Internship Experience • 5 Cr.

Students document and reflect upon their internship experience to connect their learning to a real-world environment. Students will be advised by a faculty member and coached by an internship coordinator. Students must secure an approved internship before registering. Prerequisites: Students admitted to baccalaureate programs and with permission of instructors.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. How to clear prerequisites?

Item # Section Instructor Day(s), Times, Room Books Seats available
6461 A Dena Laney
Chiew Jones
Online
Online
view required books/supplies 8 refreshed