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Student Affairs Strategic Plan

Student Affairs Strategic Plan

Outcomes and Assessment

Career Services has a unique opportunity to provide perspective on university outcomes through assessment and reporting.

Check out our Career Services Assessment Summary & Plan Report 2015-2016 (.pdf) for more information!

 

Student Learning Outcomes   Student Learning Outcomes

Student Affairs Division Learning Themes:

  • Build Relationships
  • Get Involved
  • Be Well
  • Be Inclusive
  • Continue Your Success

Career Services is committed to the following student learning outcomes:

Build Relationships -

  • Build, cultivate, and leverage a professional network.

Get Involved -

  • Be aware of and utilize career related events including career fairs, networking sessions, on-campus interviews, and professional/employer events.
  • Engage in campus activities and gain valuable career related experience including service, campus leadership/involvement, part-time work, study abroad, academic projects, and research.

Be Well - 

  • Demonstrate a unique and authentic professional personal brand. 
  • Identify and apply strengths, values, interests, and/or personality, contributing to increased self-awareness and meaningful career path options.
  • Appreciate the value of reflection. 

Be Inclusive -

  • Demonstrate respect for people from diverse backgrounds. 
  • Value differences and promote inclusion in the workplace.
  • Function effectively as part of a diverse work group.
  • Communicate effectively, demonstrating professionalism in a variety of cultural contexts. 

Continue Your Success -

  • Identify and apply strengths, values, interests, and/or personality, contributing to increased self-awareness and meaningful career path options.
  • Identify and utilize job resources: MustangJOBS, career fairs, on-campus interviewing, networking sessions, career/co-op/internship/part-time jobs, and online resources. 
  • Strategize and execute a successful job search.
  • Prepare an effective resume.
  • Develop a professional portfolio or work samples showcasing coursework, projects, co-curricular involvement, and experience. 
  • Prepare for the interview process, and implement strategies for successful interviewing. 
  • Complete the necessary steps in the graduate/professional school application process. 
  • Use professional communication and leverage a professional network. 

Graduate Status Report   Graduate Status Report

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