Ed. Psych. 301: Successful Career Transitions
Are you a junior or senior that needs help clarifying your post graduation employment goals, navigating the job market or figuring out whether you should attend graduate school? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this may be the class for you! As we all know, there is a lot of "gloom and doom" out there about the job market-- some of the news is worthy of our consideration--some is not. This class will help you to sort all of this information out and then secure meaningful opportunities in your personal job market.
Who Should Register?
Students who want help setting employment goals and learning successful job seeking strategies.
Students who enjoy personal support, feedback and one on one coaching/counseling/advising.
Students who would feel supported by a communityof other students who are facing similar challenges and opportunities.
Students who need the structure, knowledge, resources, and insights which will help them to clarify their career direction and develop skills to secure meaningful employment in their chosen field.
Students who want to develop both confidence and competence in managing the tasks during the transition from campus to first job.
How to Register
Ed. Psych. 301 is offered in both the Fall and Spring Semesters. This is a 2 credit, pass/fail course.
“I appreciate this class as a whole. What helped me the most was knowing the truths about the job market. My experience at the Career Day event encouraged me and built my confidence. The videos shared were very inspirational.”
“All the work was great! I benefitted from it a lot. All the work was for us. I liked our small intimate class and professor relationship.”
“This instructor knows his stuff. Speaking from one semester of experience with him, he brings a lot to the table. He is also a very knowledgeable person with a great network in place. I encourage all students worried about their job search to jump on his learning train--there will be many benefits.”
"You guys were wonderful help."
"Great Job, this class was really helpful. I feel more organized and prepared to graduate this spring."
"I enjoyed how open you were with meeting and wanting us to succeed. Thank you!"