Discuss how interests, values, personality traits (and preferences), and skills affect the type of job and work environment best suited to the job seeker. Career instruments such as the Strong Interest Inventory (SII), Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, SkillScan, and values inventories may be administered and interpreted as needed.
Develop and practice research skills pertaining to job titles, occupations, labor market trends, employers/company profiles, work environments, and plan and prepare for graduate school.
Having difficulty knowing what your "next steps" are? Scattered ideas and thoughts? Do you have fears and anxiety about getting a job or moving forward with your career development? By participating in some of our career planning workshops, you'll be able to prioritize your needs, determine goals, set objectives, create career action plans, face reality and overcome some of your fears.
These workshops will present step-by-step approaches to creating professional resumes and cover letters. You can also practice interviewing skills, learn how to effectively network with people, how to ask for support and help and when it's appropriate to negotiate salary.
Learn how to manage your current career by discussing management skills, appropriate relationship-building with colleagues and supervisors, asking for promotions, office politics, work/life balance and other personal factors that may affect your career development.