Skills For Work I

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Due to the current health concerns surrounding COVID-19 and the current orders under the Washington State Safe Start guidelines, our Skills for Work Summer Camps will be offered in an online format.

2020 Camp Details


July 20-30, 2020
8AM – 12PM Monday – Wednesday, 8AM – 11AM Thursday

Camp Curriculum

Know yourself:

  1. Dependable Strengths®
  2. Learning styles
  3. Your values
  4. Elevator speech (What to respond to the question: “Tell me about yourself”)
  5. Social expectations (dress, hygiene, social media presence, etc)
  6. Advocacy
  7. Create a vision board

Know the workplace

  1. How do organizations work? How does College work?
  2. Best job Ever/Worst Job Ever
  3. What behaviors are expected at work? The employer’s point of view
  4. You as a student vs you as an employee
  5. Different environments/different jobs (Explore)
  6. Tour a workplace

Social Skills for Work to be practiced:

  1. Flexibility
  2. Advocacy
  3. Collaboration
  4. Team Work
  5. Communication
  6. Professionalism

Please note: These camps are not a part of the OLS Bellevue College program and are not open to current OLS students.

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These services were developed in partnership with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.

Last Updated July 14, 2020