Developing an institutional strategy to prepare students for lifelong career success
Join this webinar for practical tips to help your institution develop and implement a career development strategy.
Brian Tietje, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Mike Simmons, University of North Texas
Learners today want to make sure they’re prepared for success — in their future careers, for advancement in their current careers, or even for a wholesale career change. This requires mastery of the necessary occupation-specific competencies, but just as important are interpersonal skills and personal qualities. These professional skills empower individuals to manage themselves and interact effectively with others in the workplace.
We’ll discuss practical tips to help your institution develop and implement a career development strategy that:
- is data-driven and consistent with your mission
- translates into actionable measures
- engages employers as partners and co-creators of the student experience
- is designed to adapt to the ever-changing career, employment, and economic environment