Career Development 101 Sessions
Join Career staff to learn more about a variety of essential career development topics each month. All sessions are virtual (via Zoom) and open to all who want to attend!
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Be Career Ready
For students and new college graduates, career readiness is key to ensuring successful entrance into the workforce. There are eight career readiness competencies that show employers and graduate schools that you are ready for the next step in your career. These are demonstrated through your actions, application materials, and interviews when applying to an opportunity.
Interested in learning more?
Learn more about each of the 8 career competences, and evaluate your skills below!
Career and Self-Development
Learn how you can proactively develop your personal and professional skills, and how you can leverage your strengths.
How confident are you communicating your facts, ideas, and perspective? Evaluate your written and verbal communication skills.
How well do you gather and analyze information from a diverse set of sources and individuals to fully understand a problem?
Equity & Inclusion
Demonstrate the awareness, attitude and knowledge required to equitably engage and include people from various cultures.
How well do you use innovation to inspire, persuade and motivate those that you work with in and outside of the classroom?
Professionalism looks different in each workplace and each culture. Be present, prepared and hold yourself accountable.
How well do you listen to others and maintain collaborative relationships? Try to build strong working relationships.
It is important to understand and leverage technologies to increase productivity, complete tasks, and accomplish goals.
Explore Career Resources
No matter what stage of career preparation you are at, there are a variety of career readiness resources available to you! To get started, explore some of the information and resources below: