Monday, October 12, 2015, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Hamilton Hall Lobby
The College of Science and Mathematics
Career Exploration Week
Session Description: In this session, students will explore their natural life tendencies, hobbies, and preferences, as they align with academic and career goals, and compare these goals to majors and career paths. Utilizing John Holland’s Theory of Career Choice, students will have the opportunity to explore their inner selves and answer the question that more than 50% of college students ask themselves while in college...Am I in the Wright major?
￼Colton Metzger earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Wright State University and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Student Affairs in Higher Education at his alma mater. He is the co-director of STEM City at Hamilton Hall, a living-learning community for undergraduate students interested in STEM majors. Additionally, Metzger is an Academic Advisor at Sinclair Community College. Presently, he serves as the Vice President of Finance for the Student Affairs Graduate Association. His career focus lies in the realm of academia and the promotion of academic and career self-efficacy in college students.
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