The Career Exploration Experience (CEE) is offered through the Office of Career Education and provides students the opportunity to job shadow or conduct informational interviews with professionals in careers of interest.
Career Exploration Experience (CEE) Program Learning Outcomes:
By participating in the Career Exploration Experience workshop and the job shadow and/or informational interview, students will be able to:
- Engage professionally through career development practices as evaluated by employer feedback.
- Gain realistic perceptions of prospective majors and career fields through an examination of various career resources and influences.
- Identify appropriate activities that can help their path to career development.
- Students will learn to engage professionally through career development practices as evaluated by employer feedback.
CEE Participation Requirements for Students:
- Attend the Professional Etiquette and Competency workshop.
- Develop an approved set of questions for employers.
- Submit an approved resume through the Office of Career Education.
- Students must provide their own transportation.
- Track attendance and complete the CEE assessment of your experience.
Required Workshop will be hosted on the following dates:
- September 9th from 1:00-2:00
- September 10th from 11:00-12:00
- September 17th from 12:00-1:00e
- September 18th from 3:00-4:00
- September 26th from 1:00-2:00
- September 27th from 10:00-11:00 or 1:00-2:00 or 3:00-4:00
All workshop locations will be held in the Office of Career Education, 1681 Fifth Avenue.
The Fall 2019 deadline for completing workshops is September 27, 2019.
Students can RSVP to any of the workshop dates from the Office of Career Education page in Herdlink.
International Student Disclaimer: The Office of Career Education strives to provide services to students of all types. If you are an international student, please note that you are responsible for ensuring that your participation in these experiences is in compliance with permissions of your status. The Office of Career Education is not responsible for any violations of status due to participation in programs.