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CHAPTER 15 Career Development

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Career Development & Management Process
Chapter 15
Self-Assessment
Self Assessment is the process of knowing yourself
Examine your skills, knowledge,interests,values, abilities,character and needs by exploring past and present experiences.
Explore Career Options
Take Action! Gain Necessary Skills
GOAL!
Thank you!
Job Search
Manage Your Career
Career Planning is an ongoing process
Summary
Take Advantage of your Freshman Year
Always utilize campus resources
Seek opportunity: APPLY YOURSELF!
Citations
Educational and Career Benchmarks
"Career Services".Web. 5 Oct. 2014. <https://career.fiu.edu/>.
"Exploring, Developing, and Managing Your Career." The First Year: Making the Most of College. Charlie Andrews and Larry Lunsford. 8th ed. Plymouth, MI: Hayden-McNeil, 2014. 169-178. Print.
"MyMajor." Web. 5 Oct. 2014. <http://mymajor.fiu.edu/>.
"The Elevator Speech - Optimal Resume." Optimalresume.com. Optimal Resume. Web. 25 Oct. 2014.
2014
2015
2016
2018
FRESHMAN
Academics
Test your interests
Begin Networking
Discover Your Major

Career Decision-Making
MyMajorMatch
Career Service Office
Panther JOBlink
SOPHOMORE
Academics
My_eAdvisor
Explore Electives
Consider Study Abroad




Career Decision-Making
Update Resume
Attend Career Fairs
JUNIOR
Academics
Identify References
Continue Developing Relationships

Career Decision-Making
Job Search Strategy
Update Resume
Practice Networking
Mock Interviews
Business Attire
SENIOR
Academics
Graduate School?
Final Semester Grades
Extracurricular Involvement
Organizations
Projects/Activities
Clubs
MyMajorMatch
Career Service Office
Panther JOBlink
Extracurricular Involvement
Secure an Internship
Student Professional
Organizations
Explore:
Values
Interests
Skills
The following is a Guide that may help you to break down College Career Development into less complicated steps.
Career Decision-Making
CSO on-campus recruiting
Tailor resume and have it critiqued
Identify three references
Hone interview skills
Analyze job offers
You need certain skills
Prepare yourself to be able to compete
The world is getting smaller and smaller and a lot more competitive.
Competition with countless qualified individuals from around the world.(Bachelor’s degree has become really common)
Methods for obtaining skills
Taking extra classes to explore your interests
Joining clubs/or organizations(related to your major interest)
Pursuing internships
Volunteer work
Part-time job
What are internships?
Internships: are carefully monitored work or service experience in which students have intentional learning goals.
usually short-term
on-the-job training
Links academic programs and the world of work
explore career options
gain experience in different work environments
Crucial for future employment (employers usually look at the internship pool first before hiring)
Consider Internship opportunities
It’s imperative that you gain real world experience and this experience can often be gained through internships
Add to your resume
Network
Utilize career services office to access resources that may assist you with securing the internship of your choice.
Modesto A. Maidique
Campus(GC)230
(305)-348-2423


Biscayne Bay
Campus(WUC)255
(305)-919-5770
Research
It's never too early to start looking at future employers and opportunities
Know Employers missions and goals
learn about future possible organizations and what they are all about
Know their requirements and work towards accomplishing them
Interviewing Skills
Good Resumes and cover letters secure an interview but your interviewing skills will land a job
Research sample questions and answer them to practice
"Mock Interviews" in career services and attend workshops
Elevator Speech
Know yourself
Confidence
Network
Building relationships
Creating opportunities
Dress for Success

First impression is crucial
Be aware of your appearance
Think about your apparel,fragrances,jewelry, and hairstyle
Ask yourself " What does this image say about me"
Potential employers seek a professional image
Social Media
Be careful with what you post online
Employers look at your social media profile
Google yourself and make sure nothing bad appears
use social media to your advantage
network online, check events to propel your career
Dream job
Research
Self-Assessment
Utilize the internet
Realistic goals
It's possible
Creating a Resume and Cover letter
Killer Resume
overview of your skills,experience, and education
Secure an interview
Cover letters and a resume samples could be found online at www.career.fiu.edu
Ask Yourself:
What motivates me?
What's my passion?
Who am I?
What would I do with my life if money was not a concern?
What are my values?
What are my personality traits?
What are my skills?
What is my purpose?
What are my goals?
MyMajorMatch
Career Services offices offer personality and interests assessments.
Offices at: GC 230 at MMC Campus, Wolfe University Center 255 at BBC Campus
Reminder:

NO ONE knows you better than YOURSELF
Extensive Research about Career options
Resources at FIU:
Academic Advisor
Career Service Offices
Professors
The Undergraduate Catalog
mymajor.fiu.edu
Other Resources
The U.S. Bureau of Labor
www.bsl.gov
O*Net Online
www.onetonline.org
Job Shadowing
Observing a professional conducting his or her day-to-day activities
After you have a career chose the major that best fits
"It's not what you know, But who you know"
www.linkedin.com
www.careers.org
Networking events
Social media
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." -Confucius
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