Learning Outcomes

Knowledge acquisition, construction, integration and application

Students who engage with Career Services will be able to acquire and construct knowledge about the world of work and career development while applying the knowledge to their lives.

Cognitive Complexity

Students who engage with Career Services will be able to use reflective and critical thinking skills to explore new ideas and perspectives and make informed academic and career decisions.



Intrapersonal Development

Students who engage with Career Services will be able to assess and articulate their experiences, interests, skills, values, and growth areas while integrating and honoring their complex and dynamic self-identities with confidence.

Interpersonal Development

Students who engage with Career Services will be able to recognize and utilize their support systems and build mutually beneficial relationships with, and learn from, employers, alumni, and each other.

Humanitarianism and Civic Engagement

Students who engage with Career Services will be able to recognize how to navigate social and institutional systems to make informed career decisions and gain access to the world of work while honoring their own cultural backgrounds and appreciating differences in others.

Practical Competence

Students who engage in Career Services will be able to successfully communicate their experiences, knowledge, skills, and values in congruence with their personal identities in order to be prepared to enter the world of work.