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Human Services


Examine the personal characteristics which are valued in the workplace including: comprehending the importance of updating work skills, examining the need to personally adapt to the constantly changing workplace, exploring information about job opportunities and training seminars, developing skills essential for career success and advancement, evaluating the value of interpersonal communication, and determining how students can be active yet socially cognizant and responsible users of technology and social media. Apply reflective practitioner methods. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found when working in the helping professions.

10-520-145 Pre/Corequisite: 10-520-151 INTERNSHIP 1 or 10-520-174 INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE LEARNING AND COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP, or with instructor's consent.

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23150 - Lecture Virtual College
Tammy Gorski

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