Career Design for Global Citizenship (School of Modern Languages)
*** As of November 7, 2018, ML 2811 (1 credit) is full. ML 2813 (3 credits) is still open.***
Experts predict that people in the 21st century will have an average of 5-7 careers over their lifetime. This is a hands-on, project-based, collaborative course that responds to the changing world of work and prepares you to take ownership of your career trajectory. In this course, you will learn a culture-driven approach to career design and sharpen highly transferable “essential skills,” such as communication, contextual analysis, collaboration, and creativity. Students work collaboratively to examine how language and culture impact their chosen industry; they also learn self-assessment, improve networking, and develop a Career Odyssey Starter Kit that positions them to launch a meaningful career. Available for 1 or 3 credits, UG or Grad. Students should have intermediate proficiency in a foreign language to participate.

co-taught by:
Dr. Anna Stenport, Chair of Modern Languages
Dr. Jenny Strakovsky, Assistant Director of Career Education and Graduate Programming

ML 2811: 1 cr - Mondays, 4:30-5:20 -- FULL
ML 2813: 3 cr - Mondays & Wednesdays, 4:30-5:20
ML 8801: 1 cr - Mondays, 4:30-5:20
ML 8803: 3 cr - Mondays & Wednesdays, 4:30-5:20

Students enrolled for 3 credits get hands-on opportunities to build skills in project management, collaboration, and analysis. Graduate students in this course have opportunities to prepare for both academic and non-academic careers.
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ML 2811 is now full. Please sign up for 3 credits to pursue the undergraduate option.
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