This collection of resources is designed for UB faculty and staff to easily implement career preparation within the academic curriculum or on-campus job and internship work. These include on-demand learning, lesson outlines, and recommended assignments to reinforce student learning outcomes, plus tools, templates, and blog resources that can be shared with students to offer opportunities for self-guided career design.
“Career core competencies fit really naturally into my coursework. Students learn how to apply course theories to their future work, and how to talk about that knowledge in an interview. In teaching, we care about transparency—and these resources underscore why we’re learning what we’re learning.”
- Jessica Kruger, PhD, MCHES
This on-demand learning series is designed to connect classroom or on-campus job learning to the working world. These 10-15 minute online webinars cover a variety of career readiness topics with an outline and activities/action steps and can be integrated directly into your curriculum or work-study assignments.
These webinars will help students:
UB Faculty and staff can implement career on-demand learning in a few different ways:
This curated library of webinars covering a variety of career readiness topics can be embedded directly into your curriculum.
The Career Design Center created a way for students to explore their interests, no matter their major, supported by a network of community members sharing advice, inspiration, motivation and ideas for their career journey.
Six different Career Communities students can join in Bullseye powered by Handshake.