Pathway to Career Advancement

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Course Description

This course will help students cultivate practical skills to increase marketability for a new career or advancement in a current career. Students will learn to articulate individual professional goals, assess career interests, navigate job search engines, and create resumes that align with job and company profiles.

1 Credit Equivalency

Each Pathways experience is equivalent to one academic credit hour. Students can choose to pay $499 to have the one credit transcripted, and they can apply it to a degree in any of our Adult Degree Programs, including Management and Organizational Leadership. George Fox University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

If you're interested in purchasing credit for the course, you'll need to complete the course requirements by one of the following deadlines: August 19, December 16, or April 28. 

All Pathways courses are self-directed, allowing you to complete the course on your own time — and at your own pace.

It's totally free!

Meet the Prof

Wendy Flint

Wendy Flint, PhD

"My career experience has been in leadership, sales, marketing, training, and recruitment in multiple organizations. A highlight of my career was advancing to Senior VP of Marketing and Sales for Boston Reed in 2007. My research passion and expertise in education is transfer of learning, problem-based learning, case-based learning, and integrating workplace skills across the curriculum. On a daily basis, I research what companies look for when hiring employees in specific fields. My personal passion is to help people find purpose and meaningful work that aligns with their strengths, equip them with skills and tools, and empower them to make a difference in the world."

Learning Outcomes

Following this course, students will be able to:

What to Expect

The course includes videos, readings, quizzes, downloadable resources, short written assignments, forum discussions, video feedback, and optional Zoom sessions with our faculty experts.

Not interested in credit? No sweat! Pathways are built for you to explore, meaning there's no expectation that you complete readings or submit assignments.

Online Textbooks or E-Resources

Free online articles and PDF handouts

General Assignments / Projects

Get Started

All Pathways courses are self-directed, allowing you to complete the course on your own time — and at your own pace.

It's totally free!