Any NWCC group or organization interested in scheduling one or more workshops, please contact Elizabeth Morgan, Career Counselor.
Career Exploration: This course is designed to prepare students for employment by teaching an in-depth analysis of the interview process while exploring the importance of essential (soft) skills in the workplace. Upon completion, students will have a better understanding of the common interview questions, employer expectations such as communication, leadership, and professionalism. This training will equip students on how essential skills add value to a resume, job interview, and work environment.
Interview & Essential Skills: This course is designed to prepare students for employment by teaching an in-depth analysis of the interviewing process. Upon completion, students will have a better understanding of the importance of research, common types of interviewing questions, employer expectations, body language, different types of interviews, closing interview techniques, and follow up.
Mock Interview: This course is a continuation of Interview Skills. This workshop will provide students an opportunity to simulate a practice interview with the NWCC Career Counseling Staff to help with developing communication and delivery strategies.
Resume Writing I: Introductory course that teaches students the importance and development of a resume. Students will learn the resume is a marketing tool to communicate qualifications, skills, and experience to potential employers. Upon completion of the workshop, students will have a thorough understanding of the various types of resumes and what should and should not be included in each format. This course is designed to provide the tools needed to create a well-crafted, professional looking resume for any occupation.
Resume Writing II: This course is a continuation of Resume Writing I. This workshop provides direct instruction and hands-on practical experience of resume writing. Students will have the opportunity to meet individually with the NWCC Career Counselor to evaluate and modify his or her resume from the conceptual stage to the finished product.
SMART Goals: This course will teach students how to set all types of goals using the SMART framework; Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-based. Each element of the SMART framework works together to create a goal that is carefully planned, clear, and trackable.