October 17, 2014 at 1:57 pm

New Spring 2015 Course Helps Sophomores Plan Summer Internships

A new course—CAS 2130X Career Strategies: Internship and Job Mapping—will equip students in plotting their goals for gaining experience prior to graduation.

summer iconDesigned for sophomores, the courses launches in Spring 2015.

Students will develop an action plan for completing an internship in their field of interest during summer 2015 as a way to follow-through on short- and long-term career goals. As part of this action plan, students will create an e-portfolio, engage in intentional networking with professionals, and write customized job application documents. Additionally, students will complete multiple leadership workshops to hone the skills employers seek. Career Strategies will be led by staff in the Career and Leadership Development Center.

For more information about Career Strategies: Internship and Job Mapping and other courses offered by the CLDC, contact Jessie Carter, Assistant Director in the Career and Leadership Development Center for Arts & Sciences. She is available for walk-in career coaching appointments this semester in Wilson Hall (administrative, on the College Green) every Wednesday, or set up an appointment with her another day by calling the CLDC at 740-593-2909.


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