As your students seek your help in career-related areas and as you integrate career concepts into your syllabi, we encourage you to partner with us. See below for potential options.
1.) Absent Professor Program
If you are unable to be in class, consider using the Absent Professor Program to schedule a Career Center professional to meet with your class and provide a 15– to 30-minute presentation on any career-related topic (including an overview of services offered). Before our presentation, we can take care of pertinent administrative tasks, such as checking roll or making announcements.
2.) Scheduled Presentation to Class
As you integrate career education into your classroom, schedule a Career Center professional to present career information on any aspect of career planning. Popular topics include:
- Career Decision-Making—Career exploration
- Experiential Education—internships, jobs, volunteer experiences
- Post-Graduation Planning—Job Search & Graduate School Prep
- NACE Career Competencies—skills employers are seeking
3.) Department Meetings Attendance
Invite Career Center professionals to attend departmental meetings and learn about you and your students’ unique needs
For more information please contact Christina Pero at firstname.lastname@example.org