Repetition Is Key to Development of Professional Skills: In the October Newsletter from darcylear.com

With María Tajes who organized two student workshops with great turnout at William Paterson University.

With María Tajes who organized two student workshops with great turnout at William Paterson University.

Faculty interested in integrating career development into already-exisiting language courses and curricula: this newsletter is for you!

This month’s theme is repetition. Repetition is key to acquisition of professional skills–and language classrooms can be a great place to practice skills such as professional networking, smooth introductions, and presentations as interview preparation.

Let me know if you want any addition resources to implement some of the ideas in the newsletter or have any questions about integrating some of these tips into your courses: darcylear@gmail.com

Click this link to see the October newsletter or subscribe by clicking the button on the right hand column of this page.


2009 Head ShotDarcy Lear is a career coach specializing in academic writing, job search documents, professional school applications, and interview preparation. To schedule a campus workshop or for help navigating your career transition, contact Darcy: darcylear@gmail.com
 
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