For Instructors of UVC 1010 Learning Communities
Career Exploration & Decision-Making Online Resources
The following resources are provided by Charlene Walker, Associate Director, Career Services, Liaison to University College, firstname.lastname@example.org
The following resources are available for instructors to access and use when introducing career exploration, career decision-making and Career Services to students. The web address will be e-mailed to you and posted at wsulcinstructors.weebly.com
Career Services Introduction is posted in iTunes U Guest Login
This presentation can be shown in class or assigned to students as homework. A 10 question quiz is posted in iTunes that students can complete to demonstrate that they have reviewed the Career Services information. An answer key to the 10 questions is enclosed in the packet.
The One-Stop Shop overview highlights the four functional areas of Career Services that are further explained in the iTunes presentation.
Collegiate Etiquette Podcasts at iTunes U Guest Login
These 13 Collegiate Etiquette podcasts were developed by DTN Productions. They are two to five minutes in length and can be used to introduce a topic for discussion. Remember to use the Guest Login button to access the Career Services resources.
The Facilitator Guide provides instructions for conducting an in-class Holland Party. The Party introduces students to John Holland’s theory of career choice and the concept of choosing majors and careers based on interests.
AIM is an acronym for Assess Self, Investigate Options, Manage Career Goals. AIM is an online, interactive program include inventories, facts about majors and occupations, and relate personal preferences to the world of work.
When assigning AIM as homework, you will need to provide them an access code identifying them as Wright State students. The access code for UVC students is Rowdy.
The Stair Step Process introduces and describes the five major steps to selecting a career and/or major and can be used to demystify the career decision making process for students.