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HUS 423: Field Placement III, Module 1: Welcome

HUS 423 Field Placement III, Module 1: (6 credits) Must be completed before enrolling in HUS 424. It is the first module of the final supervised field placement in a human service organization.

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Resume Paper – 10%  Key Assignment- Due (Week 4)

There are four standard types of resume formats (i.e., chronological, functional, combination, and targeted). The type that an applicant uses depends on the type of job the person is seeking. Students must do the following: 

  • Research the four standard types of resume formats, explain each type, and who should use it (i.e., the characteristics of the job seeker; e.g., someone with little work history) 
  • Choose two types of resume formats that would best fit you as you apply for jobs and provide a rationale for your choice.  
  • Select one Saint Leo University Core Value to include in the paper stating why it is important to have this value as a job seeker.  

A two-page paper should be written on the four types of resume formats along with the rationale. The paper must be typed in New Times Roman, 12-point font using APA format. The paper will be graded on writing style, organization, grammar and spelling, and use of references with a reference page. See the attached rubric. Students should prepare a resume using the style discussed in the paper and attach it as an Appendix after the References. Submit to the specified online Dropbox 

Professional Portfolio – 10% Due (Week 8) 

As a result of this course, students can expect to complete a professional portfolio. The portfolio will provide evidence of one’s academic and professional experience and will serve as a useful tool for career development. The portfolio will contain details of competencies gained through the Human Services course work, field, and other professional experience. Core Human Services courses have afforded you the opportunity to add vital information about your accomplishments to your portfolio.  

The portfolio may include but not be limited to:  

· Resume  

· Work ethic statement  

· Letters of recommendation  

· Certificates of attendance at workshops and seminars (can include awards) 

· Samples of work accomplished in the field  

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