Carla M. Thompson

Dept:
Workforce Instruction
Title:
COORD, INTERNSHIP
Address:
9600 College Way N
Email:
Carla.Thompson@seattlecolleges.edu
Campus:
North Seattle College
Office:
IB 2320A
Mailstop:
3NC2312
Phone:
2069343734
Hours:
By appointment, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Courses

  • Credits: 2.0
  • Class Day: ARR
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OFF
  • Section: OL1
  • ClassID: 4211C011
  • Course Title: Portfolio, Preparation & Workplace Success
  • Credits: 2.0
  • Class Day: ARR
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OFF
  • Section: OL1
  • ClassID: 4213C011
  • Course Title: Job Shadow
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Class Day: ARR
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OFF
  • Section: OL1
  • ClassID: 4215C011
  • Course Title: Internship
  • Credits: 8.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OFF
  • Section: OL1
  • ClassID: 4217C011
  • Course Title: Baccalaureate Internship
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Class Day: W
  • Start Time: 12:00PM
  • End Time: 3:00PM
  • Room: IB 2312A
  • Section: H1
  • ClassID: 4210C012
  • Course Title: Portfolio, Preparation & Workplace Success
  • Credits: 3.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OC
  • Section: H1
  • ClassID: 4212C012
  • Course Title: Internship
  • Credits: 9.0
  • Class Day: ARRANGED
  • Start Time: ARR
  • End Time: ARR
  • Room: OC
  • Section: H1
  • ClassID: 4217C012
  • Course Title: Baccalaureate Internship

Personal Statement

Carla M. Thompson, M.Ed

Internship Coordinator, Cooperative Work Experience Faculty

My acquired Area of Expertise in work-based learning comes from a place of conviction, experience, and intention.   I am an advocate for open access education, a student of alternative educational models, and a long time defender of justice and equity in the workplace.  My academic background includes a B.A. in Political Economy, a Washington State teaching certificate, and a M.Ed in Education.  Professionally, my experience includes working for equity in the workplace as part of the labor movement; educating elementary school students from both under served and privileged backgrounds; advising diverse groups of adults in finding paths toward re-employment; and currently, instructing and advising students in preparing for, finding and completing internships as part of their educational experience. 

Education does change lives. 

 

Degrees & Certificates

Bachelor of Arts, Political Economy Washington State Teaching Certification Master of Education, Instructional Design