How much time and work did you put into finding your job? If you’re like most, a lot. From getting the rights grades, to picking the right school and major and landing the interviews, a lot of work has goes into your career path at first. But does this work continue, should it? I think yes. A career path is defined as the way you progress in your work, either in one job or in a series of jobs. The key word in the definition is “you.” There is no standard career path. Therefore, you cannot afford to sit back and do as you’re told. It’s not enough. In this session, you will be introduced to tools and resources that you can take advantage of to take control of your career.
Course ID: YCTC
It’s Your Career. Take Control.
- Have an understanding of why it’s important to continuously work on your career
- Be introduced to tools you can use to determine what is the best path for you
- Learn the three most important things you can do for your career
Learn why, how and be empowered to take control of your career.
Who Should Attend
Students and young professionals starting out in their career.
Fields of StudyPersonal Development