They Don’t Know What They Don’t Know: Using the Conscious Competence Ladder Model to Assist Students. Goals of Presentation. “Find a job you love and you will never work a day in your life.” ~Confucius. In this presentation I will:.
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What They Don’t Know:
Conscious Competence Ladder Model to Assist Students
In this presentation I will:
• Introduce the Conscious Competence Ladder Model (CCLM)
• Show How the Conscious Competence Ladder Model is used to design engaging student programming
• Highlight Indiana Tech's Career Leadership Institute and how it relates to CCLM
• Benefits of CLI and how to translate to your campus
The mission of the Career Planning and Development Center at Indiana Tech is to prepare students and alumni for professional and personal success by providing advising, programs and activities related to self-assessment, career exploration and job search preparation.
“It is the service we are notobliged to give that people value most.”~James C. Penney
~John D. Rockefeller, III
Level 4: “That’s easy!”
Level 3: After learning and practice – “I’m getting pretty good at this!”
Level 2: “I need to know what?”
Level 1: “They don’t know what they don’t know!”
What to focus on in each level:
Level 4: Praise them and reinforce excellence
Level 3: Provide lots of tips, reflection on how to do better
Level 2: Help them “learn” by practicing
Level 1: The “Ah ha” Moments – see the benefits of learning
Interviewing is an important process when looking for a job and many interviews, as well as much of business, is conducted over the dinner table. This event creates an opportunity for our students to learn the importance of etiquette and how to handle these situations in the most elegant way possible.
Every third Thursday of the month students have the opportunity to come to campus professionally dressed and enter to win a gift card! Professional Dress Reviews there to give tips!
Once a year a fashion show takes place where students can learn tips on how to dress professionally! Other fun activities that include prizes are ‘‘dress the mannequin’’, tie tying contest, and taking a professional photo for your LinkedIn page.
Prepare for the interview process by having a mock interview with a local employer and learn from their feedback. Test out your interviewing skills and techniques in a comfortable, yet formal environment.
This event is an opportunity for our Indiana Tech students to practice and utilize their networking skills with employers in our community.
American Business Women's Day!
Every year in September, we recognize the national holiday: American Business Women’s Day. A group of nominated female students are cordially invited to this luncheon where they have a chance to meet and discuss personal and professional topics with other top female leaders in the community and on campusAND practice their etiquette skills!
This is our opportunity to recognize our students participating in internships and to thank employers for hosting Indiana Tech interns. We also give out the Intern of the Year Award and Internship Employer of the Year Award.
The Campus Employment program at Indiana Tech was created to assist current students to seek part-time employment opportunities in either on- or off-campus, including work-study positions. Indiana Tech provides employment opportunities where students learn to identify transferable skills, develop and achieve goals while learning their values in a work setting.
“The greatest legacy is that which benefits the widest number of people for the longest period without limit to value.”~Cat Stevens
Check out our website at: http://www.indianatech.edu/CareerCenter
You will find our virtual career center that includes a helpful
resource page, podcasts and videos, and much more!
want to see in the world.~Mohandas Gandhi
Want more information?
Cindy Price Verduce, M.Ed.
Director of Learning Support Services & Career Planning and Development,
260.422.5561, ext. 2217