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Comm. For Office Prof III

This course is designed to fulfill two distinct goals. First, students will examine the different job markets and review strategies for penetrating the various job markets, for example analyzing their transferable skills and developing accomplishment statements that can be used in resumes. An interview exercise exposes students to the types of questions and situations they may find themselves in as they search for a field placement and for full-time employment upon graduation. The second goal is to build on the collaborative work skills and communication skills learned in the first year of the program. Students will examine the role of the individual in the organization including personal, interpersonal and organizational dynamics as they evolve and shape the functioning of an organization. Students will work cooperatively to plan, organize, and stage an event to simulate working within an organizational structure.