Student Learning Outcomes
A student who visits the Career Center will be able to:
- Describe sense of self, purpose, and God's call in one's life while respecting diversity in others.
- Demonstrate skills needed to compete professionally in an ever-changing world of work.
- Show the ability to understand and synthesize diverse career options and be able to delineate paths to reach them.
- Demonstrate professional skills in identifying, securing, and participating in internships, jobs, and other career related opportunities.
This department uses various strategies to assess outcomes. Examples include:
- Career Services conducts employer surveys and feedback measures to gather data about student performance at job fairs and needs in job market.
- A rubric is used to grade Career Coaching student reflections.