GRN282 Gerontology Prof Seminar

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Focuses on reviewing and modifying career and educational/training goals; reassessing the occupational outlook and labor market; building a professional network; formulating mission and vision statements and other branding tools; developing master portfolios and resumes, job specific resumes, websites, brochures, cards, and other job tools; preparing for behavioral job interviews; and creating Degree and Certificate presentations in ePortfolios that assess learning outcomes. Prerequisite: GRN 280B. Audit available.  (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide).

Credits:
2.00
Registration:
you will need the CRN to register.
Fees:
many classes have additional fees.
Materials:
classes marked with $0 or <$40 use low cost materials. Cost does not include art supplies, calculators, fees, and equipment.
List of classes for GRN282 Gerontology Prof Seminar
CRN Location & type Days & time Dates Seats available Materials More info
 
21274 Web

Apr 1 –
Jun 15
Textbooks for CRN 21274 $0 Instructor: Jan L Abushakrah
Tuition: credit Fees: $20.00
For information, contact the department at 971-722-8254 (Office) or 971-722-4077 (Dept Chair) or 971-722-8548 (Fax).
 

Course details: CRN 21274

Course materials

Textbooks

No textbooks required.

Proctored exams and activities:

There are no proctored exams and activities.

Other in-person and on-campus activities:

  • Labs: Optional Gerontology Mondays, available by Live Stream & On Demand

Technology:

There are several fillable PDF forms that require the free Adobe Reader download, in order to be filled and saved corrected. Directions are provided in the course.

Instructor comments:

GRN282 the Gerontology Professional Seminar is taken near the end of a student's work on the AAS Degree and/or Certificates. Topics include reviewing and revising career goals and plans; analyzing the labor market, planning a job search, and reviewing internships; building a network and formalizing mission/vision statements; creating Master and Job Specific Resumes; preparing for Job Interviews; planning, creating, and sharing Career and Learning Outcome Assessment ePortfolios; and sharing a Capstone Presentation. The required textbook is Managing Your Career in Aging, which is also used for GRN181 and 280b, and is available online in the GRN Homeroom. Students are encouraged to attend some or all of the Gerontology Monday meetings, particularly the Capstone Seminar on the Monday of Finals Week. All Gerontology Monday events can be attended in person in TCB217 (Sylvania Campus), and can also be accessed by Life Stream and On Demand. See the Gerontology Mondays & Course Calendars for the Live Stream/On Demand Links and other details. The first Monday of the term, April 1st, features the Gerontology Spring Term Orientation, from 5 to 7pm.

This course will be available online from 12am on April 1st. To login to your course in D2L, please go to https://my.pcc.edu and click on the D2L/Brightspace login link on the left of your MyPCC homepage. You can also access D2L/Brightspace directly through http://online.pcc.edu. Be sure to declare majors for the Degree and all Certificates you are earning by emailing enroll@pcc.edu, with your G number! Annette Lansing and Jan Abushakrah co-teach this course. Contact Annette at annette.lansing@pcc.edu. Contact Jan at jabushak@pcc.edu or 971-722-4077 with any questions about this course, advising or graduation. Students in this course have access to their ePortfolios and to the Gerontology Program Homeroom in D2L/Brightspace.

Web course information

No show policy
Your instructor can mark you as a "no show" if you do not participate in your class during the first week. This will remove you from the class. It is important to log in as soon as the class starts to see what the participation requirements are.
Web Technical Requirements:
Please be sure to read the quick guide to Distance Education technical requirements.
Students with Disabilities:
Students with disabilities should notify their instructor if accommodations are needed to take this class. For information about technologies that help people with disabilities in taking Web based distance learning classes please visit the Office for Students with Disabilities website.
Web Prerequisite | Start Guide for Online Learning:
Before you take your first online class at PCC, you must complete the start guide for online learning. The start guide will help you decide if online classes are right for you. Once you complete the start guide, you will be eligible to register for online classes. To learn more, go to http://www.pcc.edu/osg