GUID532: CAREER DEVELOP/WORK EXP WA3
Guidance 532 offers students with disabilities the opportunity to receive course credit for participating in paid employment situations including on-the-job training, internships and entry-level positions. Students will utilize a variety of work alternatives and settings according to individual needs and vocational objectives. To meet course requirements, students must arrange monthly meetings with a WorkAbility 3 staff member, complete and submit time sheets on a regular basis, review their progress report and submit an employer evaluation form once a semester. This course may be repeated. ADVISORY: Student must be an active participant in the WorkAbility 3 program.
- Students will demonstrate professional behaviors, attitudes and interpersonal skills in the workplace.
- Students will interact successfully with coworkers, customers and supervisors by using effective communication skills both verbally and in writing.
- Students will apply critical thinking to make important decisions about issues of concern within the context of a competitive and increasingly changing global marketplace.