Instructor Contact Information
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A Message from your Instructor
Welcome to Career Life Planning 70. CLP 70 is for students in search of a direction in education, career or personal life. Career life planning is a process, nothing happens overnight or in one quarter. However, you will take away important life skills which you can draw from when deciding your major or career decisions. You will also explore your interests, skills, work values, and personality and relate the results to possible majors or careers. We will identify what you're good at; how your skills, talents, values and interest translate into work; and where to find that work. I am delighted to guide you through the process and to answer any questions you may have.
The Career Life Planning Process takes three steps: Self-Assessment, Career & Education Information, and Decision Making. These are the areas we will focus on in this course. There will be three exams, check the Performance Contract Summary for grading system and scheduled assignments. The following assessments, Eureka, Discover, MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator), and Strong Interest Inventory are the main four assessments you are required to take online in this class.
Don't wait until the last minute if you need help, email, call, or post questions in the Discussion. I will reply as soon as I can. Good luck, see you online.
Note to Students with Disabilities: If you have a disability-related need for reasonable academic accommodations or services in this course, provide (name of Instructor) with a Test Accommodation Verification Form (also known as a TAV form) from Disability Support Services (DSS) or the Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC). Students are expected to give five days notice of the need for accommodations. Students with disabilities can obtain a TAV form from their DSS counselor (864-8753 DSS main number) or EDC advisor (864-8839 EDC main number).
Hours of Study
Be prepared to spend a minimum of 12 hours per week using and studying the course materials.
How to get started in your course
- Apply for admission to De Anza College and register for this class, if you have not already done so. Completing this orientation
DOES NOT enroll you in the course.
- Attend the on-campus first class meeting, OR complete the online orientation and submit the Student Information Form.
- Read the complete course syllabus.
- Obtain the required course materials.