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Student Freelance Job/Work Program: Career Gateway Preparatory Program (CGPP)
Mission: Ensuring College Students A Means Of Reaching Their Potential While Validating Their Credentials.
The Career Gateway Preparatory Program (project based learning) serves as a way of connecting college students with local, national and global business as a way for students to gain real world experience. All freelance/project based learning job projects will have a qualified project manager and mentor to ensure both jobs and projects meet the required objectives of the businesses involved. Building trust between the two is important and CertificationPoint.Org has THE working model.Certificationpoint.Org will help students develop real-world know-how in the ten crucial skill groups.
- Work Ethic
- Physical Performance
- Influencing People
- Number Crunching
- Critical Thinking
- Problem Solving
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CGPP Portal Wiki Portal
Career Skills & Information You Gain While Being Student:
Course-Based Projects (CGPP) (a.k.a. Project Based Learning)
Mentor: Instructors, CertificationPoint mentors, and Alumni
Audience: Students & Student-Based Groups
- Website Developer
- Website Designer
- graphic Designer
- Content Writing
- Real Estate
- Network & System Admin
- and many others!
Career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. May include a instructor provided lecture component.
Instructors are permitted to post practice individual and group based freelance projects with to course/career objective to assist students in bridging the gap between classroom learning and work experience. Instructors, CertificationPoint mentors, and Alumni also act as the mentor for individual and group based freelance projects/jobs posted by businesses with in their respective region to add to business service buyer peace of mind with respect to new pipeline students working towards their submitted freelance project/job completion. Course companion text "Unleashing Your Harnessed Potential" will be available via CertificationPoint and Amazon.com ISBN-10: 146755228
Self-Responsibility and Responsibility to Others
1. Maintain accurate and complete degree/certificate major selection and contact information including name, address, phone number and emergency contact;
2. Balance personal obligations and educational pursuits. Work with a counselor / advisor to design a realistic schedule that dedicates adequate effort to be successful in college studies;
3. Know and follow the regulations and guidelines outlined in the University Student Code of Conduct and Student Handbook;
4. Maintain respectful and appropriate behavior within and outside the classroom;
5. Ask for help when needed. Use all available resources and facilities provided by the College to enhance the learning experience;
6. Attend scheduled advising sessions, tutorials, and other appointments. Cancel or reschedule only with good reasons as early as possible;
7.Arrive prepared for tutorial sessions, bringing all needed materials (books, syllabi, rough drafts, calculators, assignment sheets, etc.).
Disability Access Statement – In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, it is the responsibility of the student to self-identify with the campus Disability Services office. Only those students with appropriate documentation will receive a letter of accommodation from the Disability Services office. Instructors are required to follow only those accommodation and/or services outlined in the letter of accommodation. For further information, please contact your respective college Disability Support Services office or visit the office. If you have specific needs, please discuss them privately with your instructor.
Regional Login Information
Region 1: Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana
Region 2: North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Missouri
Region 3: Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania
Region 4: Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Connecticut
Region 5: Maine, Vermont, New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Alaska, Michigan, Rhode Island
Region 6: International Colleges
Note: Use the National Map to find your colleges respective state.
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