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Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
Prototype for online career development training program for
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  • 1. Reaching them from the get go and while they are on the go
  • 2. Part I- Prototype of CareerGetGo, an online training and coaching program for college students Part II- Prototype for Module Two of CareerGetGo Part III- feedback from Stakeholder that applies to both prototypes
  • 3. Students need training in job search techniques, resume and cover letter writing and interviewing techniques Students need to start with awareness from the beginning of college about their future career needs upon graduation Students need to learn more about what careers would be a good match Students need access to help with career issues at times other than regular office hours of career center Students need emotional support through the difficulties of finding jobs after college Students will access this help more readily through means they are most comfortable with, such as internet, social networking, mobile apps, youtube, etc. Students need some form of motivation to encourage them to take advantage of this opportunity
  • 4. Career GetGo is an online training program/course that takes the student through the different steps of searching for a job and career, using an animated guide or video lectures along with direct online interaction with a counselor and with student support groups Every student is introduced to the career program and provided with an online link for their interactive training program to be done at their own pace and at any time Career GetGo is designed to be accessed at any one of the module entry points. They do not have to be accessed in any in specific order, any of them can be skipped, and any of them can be revisited as many times as needed
  • 5. Find Your Map Your Course Get Hired!
  • 6. Instructional Videos Online Coaching with Counselors Links to Online Resources Video Tutorials Forums Online Peer Mentors Online Career networking groups Each module contains these elements
  • 7. 1- What’s Your Source of Power? Who are you what’s your source of power, what are your strengths, skills and career interest? 2- Map Your Career-Know the steps you need to take along the way. What major and courses would give you the skills and prepare you for careers that you want after college? What summer activities would help you prepare for your career after college? 3- Get Hired- What do you need to do and know before you graduate to get a job for after? Job search skills, interviewing skills, resume writing skills, networking
  • 8. Students, go get CareerGetGo and get your career going now! Sign up for your program at: careergetgo.yourcollege.edu
  • 9. Find Your
  • 10. ASSESS Career Aptitude and Interests- Administration of online career tests that assess aptitude, interest and personality match Links to other resources to learn more about personality and career matching careers tests Online assessment feedback with career counselor Videos about how career assessments work and how to use them for career development e.g explanation of Myers Briggs personality and which careers work for which personalities EXPLORE Interactive online exercises that help student define what they really want to do Online chat with career counselor about the exercises and explorations Online Discussion Forums for students about their self discovery and career matching FOCUS Specifically designed videos with informational interviews about different career paths – e.g lawyers, doctors, engineers, educators, etc Post links to summer jobs and internships that may match what career track student wants to explore Post research about which college majors lead to which careers. Online forum with student about value of intenships, what kind of internships are useful for career development
  • 11. Part III- Feedback
  • 12. What Worked Giving students the opportunity to do their career development using formats that they are comfortable with- notably online and in their own time frames Lessens the burdens of the career centers because of the delivery of the training to all the students with one format Gives students an early start on addressing these issues and helps them plan their studies and course accordingly Improvement Delivery of the system would need a lot of software design work How can you design a platform that can be used by any school yet can be modified for that specific institution. The online coaching needs to be worked out better for both sides. Students need to both asynchronous and synchronous online interaction Career counselors need to manage time spent with students. There is no mechanism in this prototype that solves this. Ideas? Schools willing to flex more on course requirements and offerings so that students can do both- take courses that are “ broadening” liberal arts type course and more practical, like “accounting” Schools offer more internship semesters that give students the opportunity to develop necessary job expereince and skill that the academics can’t provide Questions? Engage students as freshmen when they can’t see as far ahead as graduation? How you get students to discover what they really want to do before it is too late? How can career centers to work more closely with faculty to help student design course work that is relevant? How can you prevent uproar from departments that have majors with no clear relevance to getting jobs in the future? How can you get schools to buy this product? ( Is that a good question?) One student and one professor

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