The Career Identity Program is a cutting-edge program that offers students the opportunity to explore their sense of personal identity, majors, co-curricular experiences, and careers through targeted activities, group and individual career coaching, and interactions with a diverse student, alumni, and employer population.
- Explore majors and careers that are a good fit for your interests, skills, and values
- Receive support from trained coaches, and mentors who know what it takes to succeed
- Create a plan that will take you from classroom to career
Certificate Completion Requirements
Earn points by watching interactive videos and completing activities on the Moodle Site, or attending live workshops. Watch your progress towards your certification on the progress bar.
The Career Identity Program is geared toward first-year students and first-year transfers. However, if you are a student who isn’t sure about your major and/or career options, no matter your year, this program is for you!
Click on the Enroll Now button and follow instructions within the Moodle site.
Approximately 10 hours to complete over the course of an academic year. However, you get to determine the pace that you work through the content!
When you complete your certificate you will be able to download and print a digital certificate that you can market on your LinkedIn and resume. You also will receive a personalized LinkedIn recommendation from the Career Development Center. Additional rewards may also be offered.
Career Champions & Coach Training
The Career Champion & Coach Training is a professional development opportunity for faculty, staff, and advisors who wish to develop coaching skills to incorporate into their work with students. Participants will learn and practice coaching skills and apply them to career development work with students, to help students move toward a deeper understanding of themselves, their career pathway, and their choice of major.
As a companion to the Career Identity Program for first-year students, Career Champions learn the distinction between advising, counseling, and coaching, and how to draw on coaching skills to help students discern their career paths.
Professional Development Team
Questions about the Career Identity Program? Contact our Professional Development Team.