· Define and apply the seven career readiness competencies; Professionalism/Work Ethic, Critical Thinking/Problem Solving, Teamwork/Collaboration, Oral/Written Communication, Information Technology Application, Leadership, and Career Management.
· Demonstrate necessary communication and organizational skills for presentations by sharing clear, accurate and concise information in 6 workshops.
· Reflect on personal career journey as it relates to mentoring relationships with fellow students.
· Articulate professional strengths and areas for growth.
· Will be able to define, differentiate, and discuss the many resources provided by the Career Development Center during their six presentations and be able to connect the “right” resource to student needs.
· Will be able to demonstrate mastery of career workshop topics by showing that they are: 1) Are able to identify specific needs of groups requesting presentations via timely communication. 2) Are able to align and organize career workshop content with audience/learners as focus. 3) Prepare, select, or design appropriate activities for rich engagement regardless of topic. 4) Finally, receive high marks on participant feedback forms and/or be able to use feedback forms to determine areas of improvement.
· Design and present peer to peer career training sessions.
· Transfer information acquired in the course to students who attend the career training sessions.
Please note that student who enroll in this course for a second time will build on the foundation of these learning outcomes expanding their knowledge in the seven career competency arenas.