c/d week 11

Jun 6th, 2014
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Instructional Objectives for this activity:Summarize networking processes in desired career path in criminal justice.

Networking is paramount to finding a job in the criminal justice system. Networking at career fairs, professional association conferences, and volunteering at agencies can help graduates ""get their foot in the door" and make connections with future employers.

Please respond to all of the following prompts:

  • Research networking and networking strategies.
  • Identify three strategies towards developing a network for job searching.

The minimum expectation for class discussions is to respond directly to each part of the discussion prompt and to respond to at least two other posts, either by a student or instructor, by the end of the week:

  1. Submit one main post responding directly to each part of the discussion prompt.
    • This should be a substantive response to the topic(s) in your own words, referencing what you have discovered in your required reading and other learning activities.
    • You may use resources in addition to your textbook that support your post(s); however, you must mention the source(s) that you used in your post(s).
  2. Reply to at least two posts. Responses can be made to students or to your instructor.
  3. Responses to other individuals' posts should:
    • Expand on their ideas.
    • Discuss the differences between your thoughts and theirs.
    • Explain why you agree or disagree.
For citation guidelines, please refer to the table in the APA Style section of the syllabus.


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