Learn academic research, writing, and speaking skills
Students in the LASS Career Community acquire foundational skills in their majors that can translate to a wide array of fulfilling jobs in areas like education, social services, cultural studies, American Sign Language, and Communication.
Writing, speaking, and researching effectively are three of the ten skills today’s employers seek the most, according to a 2013 survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Serve the community
Programs such as Criminal Justice Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Communications allow students to serve the community in meaningful ways, often resulting in internships or service learning opportunities that enrich students’ educational experiences.
Advocating on the behalf of those in your community who are in need can be a rewarding vocation, and LASS students will learn about how to make a profound difference in the well-being of others while gaining valuable work experience.
Transfer to a 4-year university
Many of the LASS degrees allow students to fulfill their foreign language and general education requirements through courses taken before transferring.
Sinclair’s articulation agreements with area colleges and universities allow most or all of your credits to transfer toward a bachelor’s degree, enabling you to enter a four-year program as an advanced student, in many cases.