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ALS 303: Professional Development & Career Opportunities in Agriculture and Life Sciences Fall 2010 Monday 1:30-2:20pm 2215 Williams Hall Web site: moodle.wolfware.ncsu.edu Bookmark and check weekly. Grades are posted online. Instructor: Marcy Bullock, [email protected] 107 Patterson Hall Phone 515-3249 TA: Hitesh Patel, [email protected] I encourage student visits! Visit www.cals.ncsu.edu/careerappointment to schedule a time with me Select "ALS 303" when you book an automated appointment. If none of the available appointment times fit your schedule, call the office and we will find a time that works for both of us. Purpose: To assist transfer students with their transition into CALS by providing an overview of academic policies, campus resources, and career-related topics in order to help students achieve their career goals. Learning Outcomes: Explain academic policies of North Carolina State University and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and know the procedures that are necessary for meeting set policies (e.g., late drop, grade changes, etc). Identify various majors, educational opportunities, the clubs and career services in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Design a resume Identify & articulate career, academic & life goals. Identify internships that relate to the student’s career goal. Articulate effective interviewing techniques. Outline and design a personal mission statement and learn about enhancing professional skills. Identify career and graduate school options after graduation. Target Group: External transfer students and NC State students who have completed 45 credit hours or more and have not taken ALS 103 or a comparable first year course.
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