TRIO Classes = Free elective credits!

TRIO students can sign up for CE 120 and receive 2 elective credits, funded by the TRIO program. This course is for TRIO students who are undecided about their academic and career pathways, or who wish to further explore the relationship between their personal strengths and occupational interests.

In addition, students will begin to prepare for employment in their chosen career area. This course examines the self-awareness, opportunity-awareness, decision-making, and implementation stages of career development, and students will engage in experiential learning outside the classroom in their prospective fields of interest. This course is a tuition-waived, two-credit elective available only for TRIO program participants.

Lead instructor:  Valdasue Steele.  Contact your TRIO advisor if you have questions about this course.

TRIO students can sign up for CE 102 and receive 2 elective credits, funded for by the TRIO program. This course will help students discover and/or clarify their career goals.  Students will explore the relationship between their personal strengths and occupational interests. Students will engage in experiential learning outside the classroom in their prospective fields of interest.

“Career Class” is usually offered Winter term. This course is available only for TRIO program participants.

Research for the 21st Century – LIB101

Students will develop practical, hands-on fluency with library resources, other online tools/resources, and information literacy, including appropriate tool/resource selection, keyword development, and leveraging organizational and citation tools offered by a resource. They will gain an understanding of the research process and their role as learners and information consumers to enrich their lives, academic goals, and careers. This course is for those who want an introduction to information resources and research skills. Recommended: Current or concurrent enrollment in FYE.