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Author(s): TC Stuwe
Become the Higher Learner: Your Guide to Success at Salt Lake Community College was written for college success, or first year experience (FYE), courses with college-level learning outcome objectives. This text was conceived and developed by a practicing educator credentialed in higher education and with decades of experience both teaching and writing for publication.
Author(s): John B Scanlan
Careers in Action can be used as a reference over the next few years as one moves through different stages in their career planning efforts. Refer to it for help in information interviewing, networking, resume writing, and job interviewing.
In a NEW 6th Edition, Careers in Action by John B. Scanlan features:
Author(s): Luis Martinez
Generation YZ peers into the world of ultra selective admissions at elite American universities. It is meant to serve as a guide for students and families preparing to navigate the college application process. Why do straight A students get rejected? How do you write a compelling personal essay?
Most reports indicate there are 1.6 million different private nonprofit organizations in the United States and tens of thousands of new positions open in youth, human service, and other nonprofit organizations each year. Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organizations presents information relevant to a number of competencies required to be leaders/managers in these organizations. This text provides opportunities to develop skills in these competency areas through classroom activities, simulations, and service learning projects.
21st Century Business Etiquette: From Getting a Job to Building a Career examines some of the obvious and not so obvious tools individuals can use to build a successful business career. The book begins by examining what an individual needs to do to prepare themselves for their career beginning with the section on defining success for yourself. Subsequent chapters include proper dining etiquette, understanding the hidden job market, developing an effective resume, and how to shine in an interview.
Author(s): Jodi Coffman
A Study Skills Workbook for Student Success Across the Curriculum accomplishes a twofold goal: student success and colleagues working more efficiently through collaboration. Students can learn strategies to navigate the learning environment; while educators can utilize the lesson plan format of the workbook. This workbook provides “In-Class Exercises” that educators can apply and incorporate on the various study skills topics. This allows students to develop these skills within their own curriculum of expertise.