Partnering For Career Success

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  • 1. Partnering for Career Success To be happy for life, love your work - Chinese proverb
  • 2. Working Together We Help Students Succeed
    • Student Initiative
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    • Faculty Participation
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    • Academic Counselor Referrals
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    • Career Services
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    • Career/Job Success
  • 3. Did You Know?
    • Average job in America lasts 3.6 years
    • Average student can expect 9-13 job changes in his/her lifetime
    • 7 of 10 Americans say they would change jobs tomorrow if they could because lots of us choose careers nearly at random
  • 4. We Can Help: Our Mission Is Student Success!
    • We seek to assist students in the development of career plans and job search skills that can be used throughout their careers.
  • 5. CAREER SERVICES ROLE
      • Career Counseling
      • Career Workshops
      • Career Fairs
      • Career Assessments
      • Career Experiences
      • Career Library
    We assist students with all steps in career planning process by providing:
  • 6. Tell Your Story
    • Insert a picture/testimonial/statistics to help tell your career centers story
    • Appeal to the emotions/ appeal to the intellect
    • Build your case
  • 7. CAREER PLANNING PROCESS
    • Self-assessment
    • Explore the work world
    • Make decisions & set goals
    • Plan appropriate education
    • Obtain career experience
    • Conduct a job search
    • How Can We Help You?
    Six Step Process:
  • 8. FACULTY ROLE
    • Career center assignments
    • Inviting career staff to class
    • Connecting course content to career skills
    Instructors can help students in the career planning process by including:
  • 9. To Help Faculty
    • We do in-class presentations.
    • We assist students who come to the career center with career assignments.
    • We have ideas to help you create assignments to link your course content and careers.
  • 10.
    • Referring students to career services
    • Recommending research to connect academic majors and careers
    • Suggesting career experiences to extend academic background
    ACADEMIC COUNSELORS ROLE Counselors can help students in the career planning process by:
  • 11. To Help Academic Counselors
    • We have a simple referral process.
    • We provide electronic follow-up for all student referrals.
    • We offer career experiences, like internships, to help extend transfer students’ portfolio.
  • 12. STUDENT ROLE
    • Identifying their values, interests, strengths
    • Developing marketable skills
    • Participating in career experiences
    • Employing campus career resources
    Students must have the initiative to begin the career process by:
  • 13. To Help Students
    • We offer Career Assessments.
    • We provide Career Counseling.
    • We hold interesting Career Workshops.
    • We connect students with employers to gain Career Experiences.
    • We have an extensive Career Library.
  • 14. Working Together Assures Greater Student Success
    • “ Growing requires change, and is feared because it involves the unknown. When people come to know more of their resources and potential they become less afraid of stepping into the future.”
    • Jean Haldane, Center for Dependable Strengths
  • 15. Next Step
    • Insert information on what you want your audience to do next
  • 16. Campus Career Services
    • Contact:
    • Location:
    • Phone:
    • Email:
    • Website:
  • 17. Working Together We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.  - Franklin D. Roosevelt