In CORE-P 201, students extend the professional preparation provided by CORE-P 101 and 102 through structured work site experiences. The course begins with classroom discussions of group dynamics and ethical decision-making in professional settings; students then proceed to site placements that connect to their individual professional interests. Once these site placements begin, classroom discussions shift to provide opportunities for students to reflect on their experiences and initiate a project related to their work site. Through these projects, students develop a working knowledge of taking a project from beginning to end; simultaneously, written reflections and in-class discussions allow students to track their own growth– that is, the impact of their site experience on how they understand their professional goals and preparation. Prerequisite: CORE-P 102.