The Career Engagement Office (CEO) aims to partner with faculty and staff to promote students' professional formation. We are constantly developing "toolkits" which will easily allow you to integrate career development topics into your curriculum and/or facilitate an enriching student employment experience. If you or your department are looking to develop a program or event, we're available for individual consultation or can explore ways to co-create a new initiative for your students.
Utilize our newly created asynchronous interactive Canvas modules that can walk your students through drafting a resume, understand the basics of networking and career community building, and preparing for the interview. Each topic is covered in its own floating Canvas module that can be easily added to any existing Canvas course.
Below is an example (screengrab) of one of our Canvas modules, "Drafting Your Resume: Start Here"
To help you make the career readiness of your own programs transparent to your students, the Center for Faculty Development has created a course-level inventory and program-level map that faculty can complete and share so that prospective students can see what skills they’re likely to practice in their major and so that current students can reflect on those skills as they build their résumés or portfolios.
We can connect faculty with employers with whom we have built relationships or we can facilitate connections with employers you believe would value our students. We also recognize that faculty have many connections with employers already and, by connecting employers to us, we can integrate them into our career education and job-recruitment programs.
The Student Employment department has resources for on-campus employers and supervisors