The Career Planning Process Why It Has To Start Today. By: Career Services Moody Hall 134, (512)448-8530, http://think.stedwards.edu/careerservices. Purpose of This Presentation. Introduce parents to the office of Career Services Explain the career planning process
By: Career Services
Moody Hall 134, (512)448-8530, http://think.stedwards.edu/careerservices
Barbara Henderson, DirectorLiz Narduzzo, Office Manager
John Lucas, Keri Swanson, Emily Salazar: Career Counselors
Andrew Harper, Internship Coordinator; Rosemary Hook, Career Manager for
Moody Hall 134 – Phone: (512)448-8530
major in, even when they say they do (SEU: 200 AEP)
2nd semester freshman year and graduation day
major field of study 10 years after they graduate
1st decision: Major – 2nd decision: Career
2. Major does NOT equal Career
Graphic Design, Interactive Games Studies, Liberal Studies, Philosophy, Photo-communications, Religious/Theolog. Studies, Spanish, Theater Arts
target field, and for resume building
REFER TO HANDOUT (checklist)
do better in classes ; peaks interest
Fall 2011 Enter St. Edward’s
Fall 2013 Decide on job path or higher education path
--Job: focus on relevant internships/Education: Research schools
Spring 2014 Take prep course for GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT
Summer 2014 Have taken graduate/professional school admission test GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, etc.
Fall 2014 Apply to graduate/professional school
Spring 2015 Graduate from St. Edward’s
--JOB? or HIGHER EDUCATION?
Fall 2015 Enter graduate/professional school
have become very competitive)
0000 Congress Avenue Austin, TX 78704 (512)000-0000 [email protected]
Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting May 2015
Summa Cum Laude, 4.0GPA; St. Edward’s University, Austin, TX
Educationalone on a resume ≠
a competitive job or graduate school.
Education without related experience, i.e. cashier at Burger King, or
shoe sales at Macy’s, or lifeguard or
babysitter job ≠ competitive job
or graduate school either.
and compliance with government incentive programs
trial balances, budgets, and identify variances
(week before/after graduation)
We’ll take it from here!