This class is designed to introduce students to the various workplaces on the Judson campus. Supervisors from each department will visit the classroom or the class will go to the workplace location to learn about the department and complete a sample project. The goal is to help each student identify one or more potential places for his/her On-Campus Internship (RPS025).
This class is designed to introduce students to workplace complexities. Students will develop soft skills necessary for workplace success. Participants will learn effective communication, how to work as part of a team, and will learn about problem solving techniques. Students are equipped to participate in an On-Campus Internship in RPS025.
This course is designed to introduce students to vocational skills necessary for employment opportunities. Students in this course will gain experience using social media for employment purposes, building a professional portfolio, and networking. Participants in this course will learn how to complete a job application and utilize a variety of interview techniques.
During the duration of this course, students will participate in an on-campus internship. Students will use their experience in RPC014 and RPS014 to identify an internship experience related to their subject area concentration. Student s will gain on the job training and be equipped to think critically in the professional environment and troubleshoot workplace problems.
Students in this course will gain hands on job training as an intern with a local business or organization. Students will receive advising by staff as it relates to their internship experience. During advising, participants will process through job-related stress, problem solving in the workplace, and interpersonal workplace dynamics.
Students in this course will gain hands on job training as an intern with a local business or organization. Students will receive employment advising by staff as it relates to their internship experience. Participants will be coached through the process of searching for a job, applying, and interviewing for employment opportunities.
This class is designed to re-introduce and expand students knowledge of topics that may have been covered during various RISE Professional Skills courses. The topics that will be covered include attendance & punctuality, professional attire & personal hygiene, self-advocacy & accommodations, appropriate conversations, conflict resolution, learning new things, doing what it takes, workplace relationships, socializing, activities during break times, workplace culture and benefits. Co-teaching and field trips may be incorporated into the class to maximize learning depending on the needs of the students. The goal is to help each student become an excellent employee and/or improve performance at an on- or off-campus location. Prerequisites: RISE Program graduate
This class is designed to guide students through a series of questions and dialogues to determine the type(s) of workplaces that are the best fit for each student s interests and needs. During the semester, students will research workplaces, enhance his/her resume, write and send out cover letters, practice interview skills and potentially apply for positions. Students will benefit from coaching in all job-seeking areas and will be better-equipped to obtain a position that fits his/her interests and needs. Prerequisites: RISE Program Graduate; RPS051