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CEEC - Orientation

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Transcript of CEEC - Orientation

Career and Experiential Education Your hunt for a
career starts here! CEEC Staff Jen Franchak Director
Cara Cross Career Development
Kristen Hedgebeth Service Learning
Jan Hirst Co-op Coordinator
Cathy McDonald Co-op Coordinator
Jennifer Querner Co-op Coordinator
Emily Piaga Administrative Assistant
Jennifer Vogel Co-op Student
Kara Mitchell Work Study Student
Anna Pineault Work Study Student Awards Service Learning Awards:
Make a Difference Day Ohio February 2010
President's Honor Roll 2010 & 2011

Maggie Davis received the OCEA Educator of the Year 2010

Community Service Award 2007
OCEA Award of Excellence 2004 Administrative Assistant Emily Piaga Career Development Cara Cross Resources for
Undeclared Majors CED 150 Career Exploration for Undeclared Majors

The Mount Guide to Majors & Careers

Various Assessment Options:
Self-Directed Search
Individual Career Counseling Appointments Graduate Services Part-time Job Book
Job Search Process: part time and full time
eRecruiting
Resumes and Cover Letters
Interviewing
Graduate School Preparation
Mock Interviewing What is Service Learning? An opportunity to apply classroom knowledge while
helping people in need

A chance to help others and our earth while you are in college

A way to build a sense of community and good
citizenship skills

A way to develop marketable skills and
teamwork abilities Service Learning How do I get involved? One time service opportunities

Plus One Credit Option Program

Service Learning and Immersion Courses Upcoming Service
Events -Freshmen welcome weekend:
Saturday service morning
-Make a Difference (Service) Day: October
-Regularly occurring service opportunities
-3rd Saturday Habitat for Humanity
-Watch for emails from Service Learning Coordinator for other events Saturday Service Event
August 20th Start off understanding service as a crucial dimension of your time at the Mount

Help our earth, children, the elderly or a food pantry

Connect with student leaders, faculty, staff and other freshmen

Meet at 8:15 a.m. in Seton Lobby

Return by 12:30 for lunch and time to rest before the evening boat ride Cooperative Education Jan Hirst
Seton Center 123 Jen Querner
Seton Center 121 Cathy McDonald
Seton Center 124 Did You Know... Your first job out of college is the first of many career experiences you will have. The average person may have five, seven or as many as ten jobs.

The career decision making skills you develop early on will lay the foundation for future career successes. What is Co-op? Cooperative Education is an academic program designed to enable students to integrate classroom theory into practice in an employment position related to their field of study Requirements
for Co-op Full time student enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, established and maintained

Complete CED 220 Professional Development Course

Approved co-op application from your department chairperson returned to the co-op office CED 220
Professional Development One Credit Hour
Co-op Preparation
Resumes and Cover Letters
Mock Interviews
Job Search Strategies
Employer Panel How Co-op Works The Benefits Fast Facts There were 243 placements in the 2010-2011 academic year.

Hourly pay ranged between $7.50 and $15.00 an hour.

The average co-op was paid $9.98 an hour.

Mount co-ops earned $917,815.00 this year! What's Coming Up in
2011 Freshmen welcome weekend: Saturday service morning
Career Center Open House - Wednesday Sept. 14 - Seton Center 120
Resume Rush – Thursday Sept. 27 - Seton Center 120
Health Sciences Career Fair - Tuesday Oct. 11 - Theater Lobby & Gallery
Coffee on Co-op - Wednesday Oct. 12 - Administrative Lobby
Make A Difference (Service) Day - Saturday Oct. 23
Grad School Workshop – Thursday Oct. 27 - Corona Room
Connect to Your Future - Wednesday Nov. 2 - Corona Room & 5/3rd Dinning Hall
Job Search Workshop – Wednesday Nov. 9
3rd Saturday Habitat for Humanity
Watch for emails about other Service Opportunities! What's Coming Up in
2012 Resume Rush - Tuesday Jan. 24 - Seton Center 120
Etiquette Dinner –Wednesday Feb. 8 - Corona Room
From the Heart - Friday Feb. 10 - Corona Room
Job Search Workshop - TBD - Corona Room
Spring Career Fair - Wednesday March 7 - Theater Lobby & Gallery
Coffee on Co-op - Wednesday March 21 - Administrative Lobby
Co-op Recognition Dinner - Thursday April 5
Education Career Fair – Thursday April 19
Post-Grad Job Workshop - Tuesday May 10 - Corona Room
Watch for emails regarding other service events! Thank You! Be sure to stop in and see us and remember, your hunt for a career starts HERE! Alternating - employed full-time one semester and attend college full-time the following semester

Parallel - Students carry a full-time course load and are available to work part time Integrate theory and practice
Solidify decision of academic major
Earn dollars to defray educational costs
Gain valuable work experience
Learn about the workplace
Enhance career goals
Establish contacts in the field- NETWORKING Which of the following can prevent you from getting a job after graduation? A) A GPA lower than a 3.0
B) Lack of participation in extracurricular activities or lack of
ability to show leadership development
C) Little or no technology skills
D) Your social media reputation
E) All of the above
F) None of the above Which of the following can prevent you from getting a job after graduation? A) A GPA lower than a 3.0
B) Lack of participation in extracurricular activities or lack of
ability to show leadership development
C) Little or no technology skills
D) Your social media reputation
E) All of the above
F) None of the above Which factor is most influential in obtaining a full time job after graduation? A) A study abroad/immersion trip experience
B) Community involvement
C) Previous, professional work experience (co-op or internship)
D) Well written documents (resume, cover letters, references etc.)
E) A GPA of 3.0 or higher
F) All of the above Which factor is most influential in obtaining a full time job after graduation? A) A study abroad/immersion trip experience
B) Community involvement
C) Previous, professional work experience (co-op or internship)
D) Well written documents (resume, cover letters, references etc.)
E) A GPA of 3.0 or higher
F) All of the above
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