INTERNSHIP/JOB ASSIGNMENT (50 points) You will be required to find/look up 5 potential internships or jobs for the future and write a one page summer about the position for each job for a total of 5 pages. This paper is to be typed, double-spaced with proper spelling, grammar, etc and should be a summary of what the job is, what are the positives/negatives, how is the pay, etc . The purpose of this assignment is to make you more aware of all the potential SM positions open out there. This is due: Sept 27 RESUME (50 POINTS) After we have talked about resumes in class, you will be required to turn in a working resume to me. The resume is to be professional and contain all the sections discussed in class. This is due: Oct 27 EXAMINATIONS (100 points each) There will be two scheduled tests in addition to the final examination. Tests consist of objective (multiple choice, true/false) as well as short answer questions. Even if lectures do not address every topic in the notes, students are responsible for all materials assigned. FINAL EXAMINATION (150 points) The final exam is comparable to previous examinations but longer. The final exam WILL cover material from the previous two exams as well as new material from the notes. The breakdown of the final exam will be approximately 50% new material and 50% old material. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY Consistent with Adrian College’s mission statement and based on principles of integrity and honesty, Adrian College seeks to develop students who are scholars capable of working independently. Any student who engages in behaviors that violate academic integrity and honesty can face disciplinary proceedings that may involve dismissal from Adrian College. EXPECTATIONS FOR ACADEMIC HONESTY The basic rule for academic honesty is that a student’s work should always be his or her own. Any misrepresentation in academic work, including plagiarism, is a form of academic dishonesty. Examples of dishonest academic practices include, but are not limited to, using unauthorized notes or material during an exam, exchanging information with another student during an exam (regardless of whether or not both students are aware of the exchange), falsifying data on which
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- Fall '16
- Dr. Christy
- 1979, 1973, 1970, 1977, Adrian College