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CareerX Week 2

CareerX Week 2

CareerX is a month-long blended career preparedness program designed to help graduates get the best possible start of their professional lives. This program covers essential topics pertinent to the modern workplace. It includes communication, management, operations, intrapreneurship, and more. Video-based online modules will be supplemented with practical in-class sessions followed by weekly projects to ensure a truly meaningful learning experience.
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Last Update 09/27/2021
Completion Time 1 hour 46 minutes
Members 255
  • Writing with Clarity and Purpose
    • 01. Welcome to the Course on Writing with Clarity and Purpose
    • 02. Few Writing Principles to Remember
    • 03. Why Strive for Clarity in Writing
    • 04. Why Purpose is Important in Writing
    • 05. Writing Tool One: Avoid Wordiness
    • 06. Writing Tool Two: Branch to the Right
    • 07. Writing Tool Three: Use Strong Verb
    • 08. Writing Tool Three: Use Strong Verb (Continued)
    • 09. Writing Tool Four: Beware of Adverbs
    • 10. Writing Tool Five: Avoid Empty, Vague Words
    • 11. Writing Tool Five: Avoid Empty, Vague Words (Continued)
    • 12. Revise, Revise, and Revise
    • 13. Recap and Practical Tips
    • 14. Final Thoughts
  • Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 1
    • Core Concepts
    • Sorting & Filtering
    • Assignment - Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 1
  • Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 2
    • Arithmetic
    • Referencing and Replication
    • Functions
    • Pivot Tables
    • Text Functions
    • Tips
    • Assignment - Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 2
  • Business Communication Hacks - Part 1
    • Introduction to Business Communication Hacks
    • Quick Guide to Grammar
    • Prepositions - in/on (date)
    • Prepositions - in/at (time)
    • Prepositions - in/at (place)
    • Vocabulary - Part 1
    • Vocabulary - Part 2
    • Vocabulary - Part 3
    • Subject Verb - has/having
    • Subject Verb - has/have
    • Subject Verb - did/didn't
    • Subject Verb - other examples
    • Articles - a/the
    • Adjectives - fewer/less
    • Use of “more”
    • Irregular plural
    • Conclusion
    • Assessment