Presentation on theme: "Business Profession Program Creating Learning Portfolios for Success Student – Centered Professional Development."— Presentation transcript:
Business Profession Program Creating Learning Portfolios for Success Student – Centered Professional Development
Overview A series of eight-required non-credit “courses” that include workshops, speakers and one-on-one career development, planning and coaching. Portfolio is designed to graduate well-rounded individuals with the professional skills employers seek.
Overview Graded on a Pass/Fail Basis Must turn in assignments on time to get credit. Course syllabus changes each semester and is posted to Blackboard. Class meets 4-6 times a semester
Freshmen Year Building Your Brand Executive Mentor Program Career Leader Assessment Individual Academic Planning Speaker’s Program Brief Writing Assignments and Readings
Sophomore Year Marketing Your Experience Resume and Cover Letter Workshops and Assignments Individual Mock Interview Coaching Career Panel Workshops Develop an Internship Plan Informational Interview Assignment
Junior Year Connecting to the Real World Internship (CoB students are required to complete one internship in order to graduate) Networking Event Job Search Plan Development Communications Lab Career Fair
More on Internships Most big-name employers will not consider you without one internship on your resume. We recommend you do a minimum of two internships. Check the CoB webpage – Internship link for: FAQs, student stories on internship experiences, previous internship sites, etc. CoB Internships
Senior Year Launching Your Career Job Search/Grad School Launch Placement Services Internship Professional Networking Account Executive Coach Communications Lab Workshops – Negotiating Offers, etc.