Members of the Career Exploration Learning Community will have the opportunity to:
• Be involved with a community where students have a common purpose to focus on their futures.
• Engage in educational opportunities for career preparation (resume development, Career Services seminars, career fairs, graduate school exploration, networking, being an alumni)
•Examine major/career opportunities for student interests (FOCUS, GPS LifePlan)
•Collaborate with other students, faculty and staff, departments on campus, and in our local community.
•Meet with a career counselor or peer intern
•Actively practice interviewing skills
Members of the Career Exploration Learning Community will be expected to:
•Actively participate in their career exploration planning
•Become familiar with the resources on campus and utilize those services (e.g. Career Services, Advising Center, etc.)
•Complete the 2013-2014 Career Planner and Major Decision Workbook
•Encouraged to enroll in COLL111 Career and Life Planning
•Become familiar with their skill set and how it could transition into a successful career.
•Create a plan on a career direction leading to graduation.
•To be versed with the opportunities on-campus to help support their future employment endeavors.