Academic Internships – 1-5 credits

EXPRL 191, 192, 193

☑ Year-round open enrollment.
☑ Earn 1-5 credits while working and learning

An internship is a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory leaned in the classroom with practical application and skill development in a a professional environment.

The Academic Internship Experience, EXPRL 191/192/193 & EXPRL 490 /491 seek to ensure learning by helping you integrate your internship experience and academic goals.

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or call (425) 564-2279 to meet with an internship coordinator.

Resume and Interview Strategies

EXPRL 220 (2 Credits)

Learn how to create a winning resume and represent your best talents in interview situations. Guest speakers form local companies will tell you what they really want to see on resumes and hear about job interviews. Class will include practice interviews with company representatives.


Introduction to the basic steps of writing a targeted resume and formulating answers to typical interview questions. Includes presentation of accomplishments, both written and verbal, in the process of seeking employment.


After completing this class, students should be able to:

  • Complete a job target worksheet and select one job target
  • Complete a one-page reflection sheet summarizing perspectives of the employer panel on resumes
  • Demonstrate a match for the job target by completing a skills summary proof worksheet
  • Write a resume draft which includes five basic categories detailed in the class
  • Revise and format the resume to the satisfaction of the instructor
  • Write a reflection paper summarizing the perspectives of the employer panel on interviewing strategies
  • Write a one to two minute response to each of five common interview questions
  • Role-play each of the five interview questions with fellow students
  • Participate in one to two mock interviews with company representatives

Course days and times:

Class meets on 2 Fridays and Saturdays,  4 days only.

Friday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm & Saturday, 9:00am – 4:00pm

Check class schedule for dates and item number.

Fee: $21.00 eLearning Fee.

Social Media for Job Search & Personal Branding

EXPRL 240  (2 Credits)

Are you using social media to find your next job? In today’s market, you need to maximize every channel. If your aren’t establishing a person brand through social media then you are missing opportunities to network with companies and people who may help connect you to your next employer.

Students participate in reflections and hands-on activities to discover and articulate their strengths. They integrate that knowledge with their passions and experience to develop a personal brand. They use social media to create strengths-based profiles; explore practical strategies to make connections with employers, recruiters, and mentors; and articulate their personal brand.

Class meets on 2 Fridays and Saturdays,  4 days only.

Friday, 6:00pm – 9:00pm & Saturday, 9:00am – 4:00pm

Check class schedule for dates and item number.

Please call (425) 564-2279 or email  for more information.

Last Updated March 28, 2022