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Career Peer Ed Orientation 2015 - Tony

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What is Your Situation?
Art
Asian American Studies
Chemistry
Economics
English
Geography
Government
Psychology
Cartoonist
Teaching ESL in Korea
Veterinarian
Bond Trader on Wall Street
Editor, Major Publishing House
High School Geography Teacher
Special Prosecutor
Psychotherapist
MAJOR
What was your childhood dream?
What are you pursuing now?
How did baking for friends change her life?
What did she learn about herself through that experience?
seeking
doesn't work out...
discover a new possibility
discover more possibilities
some possibilites don't work out
none of the options are realistic for now
discover more possibilities
several
possibilities
your experience will clarify which options work better
for you
explore to find out what possibilities are out there
What percentage of university graduates say their careers were significantly influenced by unplanned events?
70%
"Create Your Own Luck" [CYOL] Competencies
Curiosity
view opportunities as possible and available
Persistence
Flexibility
Risk Taking
Optimism
exerting effort despite hurdles
exploring new opportunities
being open to changing your attitude and circumstances
not being afraid to do something even if you are unsure if or how it will turn out
Did you recognize any of the the 5 CYOL competencies:
- curiosity
- persistence
- flexibility
- risk taking
- optimism
Wandering Map
To book an advising appointment, visit our centre
in Maggie Benston Centre (MBC 0300) or call our front desk at 778.782.3106.

Office Hours are 9:00 am to 4:30pm

For more resources and career-related information,
visit our website: www.sfu.ca/career
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CAREER AND VOLUNTEER
SERVICES:

several
possibilities
TO BE CONTINUED...
JOB
Art
Asian American Studies
Chemistry
Economics
English
Geography
Government
Psychology
Special Prosecutor
Bond Trader on Wall Street
Teaching ESL in Korea
Veterinarian
Psychotherapist
Editor, Major Publishing House
High School Geography Teacher
Cartoonist
MAJOR
JOB
Luck Readiness Index &
"Create Your Own Luck" Score
REMEMBER...
THE ROLE OF CHANCE:

- 69% of students reported that chance events influenced their career decision (Bright, Pryor, & Harpham, 2005)


- 70% of university grads say their careers were significantly influenced by unplanned events (Krumboltz)
About the Presenter: Jack
Researcher, International Student Career Support


Senior Peer Coach
BBA - Marketing and HR

Most importantly
: Career Peer Educator (since 2013)
SELECTED RECOMMENDATIONS
AND SOME
STUFF WE'RE DOING
OUR NEW ROLE





Economy was HOT!!! (as were Fergie &
Avril Lavigne)

RIM was a dominant force in the international tech scene

Positions with the federal government were highly secure
REMEMBER 2007?
MAJOR

Art
Asian American Studies
Chemistry
Economics
English
Geography
Government
Psychology
JOB

Cartoonist
Teaching ESL in Korea
Veterinarian
Bond Trader on Wall Street
Editor, Major Publishing House
High School Geography Teacher
Special Prosecutor
Psychotherapist
JOB

Special Prosecutor
Bond Trader on Wall Street
Teaching ESL in Korea
Veterinarian
Psychotherapist
Editor, Major Publishing House
High School Geography Teacher
Cartoonist
MAJOR

Art
Asian American Studies
Chemistry
Economics
English
Geography
Government
Psychology
That's a wrap!
and that's a sandwich...
and that's a wiener dog in a bun.
Making a career decision used to be the goal. It should no longer be the goal.

Final words from a Barbarian?
- Brooks, K., "You Majored in What?"
Career Peer Coach
Today's Session:

Our purpose

Our approach




For 2/3 of first-year students, employment and career related issues are the single most important reason for attending university.

- Canadian University Survey Consortium, 2013




The Engaged University
Engaging Students
Engaging Research
Engaging Communities


* A new emphasis on undergrad
students
PLUS:

Career Cycles Narrative Method of Practice


"The Adventures of Johnny Bunko...", by Daniel Pink
Simon Fraser University adopts, or considers adopting, the Blueprint for Life/Work Designs (or related) framework as a way of assessing whether University programming is addressing the goals laid out in the Strategic Vision (2012).

* Within SFU WIL, Blueprint competencies are integral part of curriculum review process.
Simon Fraser University develops a comprehensive plan to address the needs of students’ self-image and general mental health.



* Career Services & Volunteer Services inaugural "Champion" of Healthy Campus Community initiative
Simon Fraser University develops a plan to support the development of the Blueprint competency areas that appear to be valued within the Strategic Vision but are not addressed within the other initiatives reviewed.

Maintain balanced life and work roles
Understand the changing nature of life/work roles understand
Engage in and manage one’s own life/work building process.
All faculties (and some schools or departments) develop a career engagement strategy for their students.

* supports retention/engagement goals of academic units and career messaging better received by students

* embedding programming within classes should be a priority - academics trumps career when classes start
SFU student engagement and retention initiatives incorporate contemporary career development perspectives in their design and delivery.

* long-standing relationship with Back on Track program and Student Development programs (P2L & LEAD)
Simon Fraser University identifies campus-based experiential opportunities that could be enhanced with career development and student engagement programming.

* initiatives with Work Study, international experiences, etc.
Simon Fraser University develops appropriate means to evaluate the impact of co-curricular programming, including career-focused programming.

* incorporating recommendations from Canadian Working Group in Evidence-Based Practice in Career Development (CRWG)
An alumnus' perspective
Stats of SFU Students:
32% - stress had impact on academic performance
84% - overwhelmed by all they had to do
51% - things are hopeless

- American College Health Assn, 2010
So what's important to students?
Time for a beautiful drawing....
WHAT YOU ALREADY KNOW
Education level is the strongest correlate of employment and income levels.
Statistics Canada, 2010
Tony Botelho
Some Jack guy
Just over half of Canadian university graduates had jobs closely related to their field of study, two years after graduation
(Bourdarbat and Montmarquette, 2009)
Receiving well formulated explanations is not, as teachers tend to imagine, the core of the learning process.... The teacher's first priority is to engage students in collaborative meaning making.
Andy Northedge, UK Open University
Final words from a Barbarian

(time permitting)
THE TEAM:
Career Services Assistants (Karen and Jim)

Career Educators/Advisors (Jocelyn, Naomi, Deanne, Marcy, Jill)

Peer Programs Coordinator (Jo-Anne)

Volunteer Services Coordinator (Albert)

Career Education Managers (Brenda, Penny, Christine)

Co-op Students & AIESEC Intern (always changing!)


STUDENT SUCCESS & STRATEGIC SUPPORT
- Student Recruitment & Transition

- Student Engagement & Retention

- Career and Volunteer Services
(the support side)
The Educator Role
What does this mean?
An Overview
About the Presenter: Tony
Career Services & Volunteer Services (8 yrs)
Co-operative Education (9+ yrs)
M.A. in Education (2012): "Career Education in the Age of Engagement"
Grade 2 Teacher once said:
"Pleasure to have in the class"
Disability Services in Post-Secondary (7 yrs)
What do they have in common?
GAME TIME!
About the Presenter:
Jack's PAGE.........
Co-operative Education (9+ yrs)
M.A. in Education (2012): "Career Education in the Age of Engagement"
Praised by BC Educators
Grade 2 Teacher once said:
"Pleasure to have in the class"
Disability Services in Post-Secondary (7 yrs)
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We have no way of recommending what anyone’s future occupation should be.

The world is changing too fast for us even to be sure what occupations will exist tomorrow.

(Krumboltz, 2011).
Where do Grads Work?
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