Helping Faculty Help Students
In addition to supporting students, the Student Success Center is committed to supporting faculty. We offer a variety of tools to help faculty help students in their academic success and career development:
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Career Curriculum Resources
The staff in the Student Success Center is pleased to work with faculty members to enhance career-related information into the classroom.
Self-discovery and career exploration
Values Sort - Personal values can make a big impact on when in comes to making decisions of both a personal and professional nature. This values sort activity provides the opportunity for students to consider and rank what values are most important to them.
Lifeline Assessment - This activity allows students to explore and reflect on significant events in their lives and make connections to their impacts of these events on their personal and professional development.
Networking and professionalism
LinkedIn Resources for Students - This link connects you to a variety of resources you can share with your students including information on how to build a great profile to using more advanced searching techniques.
Career development plan
A career development plan can help students in career exploration and developing career goals.
Contact the Student Success Center to schedule career-related presentations for your classes. Typical presentation topics include:
- Cover Letters
- Personal Brand
- Strengths (Strengths Quest)
- Personality (MBTI)
- Online Identity
- Interview Skills
- Career Readiness Competencies
- Purpose and Path
- Job Search
- Navigating the Graduate School Process