For the client project, choose a group of people you can count on and communicate with. It would be wise to choose a group of individuals with different backgrounds and skill sets to enhance idea generation and divide the workload to the person with the appropriate skills. Try to stay on top of the work so that it does not pile up at end. Creating a schedule of deadlines for yourselves will help you to stay on top of it and make sure everything gets done well.
Career Writing Materials
You will be creating documents that will be useful in your career search, so my best advice for producing these documents is to take it seriously and do it well. Take advantage of the help Angie will offer to create the best resume (and other items) you can - it will not only count for a grade in the class, but you'll be able to use it/them in the future!
Pay attention and take notes when Angie explains how to do things online that you may be unfamiliar with. It's not very difficult if you know how to do it, but there are often little steps you'll miss or forget about if you haven't done it before and don't have the step-by-step instructions written down that Angie will give you.
This is one of the few classes I've taken that I feel like I'll actually be able to use in my business career. Use the opportunity to "double-dip" by creating quality documents that will serve you both in college (through grades) and in your future (success on the job and avoiding dumb mistakes in the workplace). The client project will actually benefit someone, so doing quality work on it will help out the client, give you a good grade, and hopefully make you feel good about what you've done!