Eagle Path: A guided approach to supervision to help undergraduate students reflect upon, recognize, develop, and articulate their career aspirations.
Guide student employees through the process of discerning their interests, skills, and values and how those relate to potential careers.
Identify opportunities to help students reflect, recognize, develop, and articulate the competencies they are gaining.
Help students identify which competencies they are developing and create a plan to further develop the competencies that are highly valued by employers.
- Students need to take a short (10-minutes) survey the week of Sept. 11
- 2 one-on-one discussions with each student before Thanksgiving break (guideline: 30 minutes for each discussion)
- 1 one-on-one discussion that also includes a student evaluation and goal setting activity between Thanksgiving break and Winter break (guideline: 45 minutes)
- Students will need to take a short (10-minutes) survey in early May
- 2 one-on-one discussions with each student before Easter break (guideline: 30 minute minimum for each discussion)
- 1 one-on-one discussion that also includes a student evaluation and goal setting activity between Easter break and the end of the year (guideline: 45 minutes)
Joseph Du Pont
The Division of Student Affairs recognizes eight essential professional competencies expected of new college graduates. As we work with students who are discerning their paths, we are committed to helping them reflect upon, recognize, develop, and articulate how these competencies connect to their individual career interests and goals.
Below are resources to help guide this process.
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