CAREER CENTER

University 100 Presentation Request Options

There are 3 options to choose from.  Choose 1 option maximum per semester.

Format: All U100/U396A facilitations will be conducted in-person and held in your classroom*

* Please note: for Summer/Fall 2022, all in-person sessions will be conducted in your classroom, as the Career Center classroom is unavailable until further notice.

The Virtual facilitation option will continue to be available upon request or as determined by the Career Center.

Option 1
Introduction to Career Exploration and Career Center Resources

(Self-Guided Online Course)

Length: 45 to 75 minutes. 

Through virtual and reflective activities, students will develop a better understanding of self and career options and will engage with key CSUN career planning tools such as CareerLink and Handshake. Link to Self-Guided Online Course: Introduction to Career Exploration will be provided.

 

Option 2
Choosing Majors & Careers 

(In-person)

Length: In-person (60-75 minutes) 

Facilitated by a career counselor or Peer Educator. 

Through individual and group reflective activities, students will be able to integrate the knowledge of their interests and values to make initial decisions about majors and careers.  To prepare for their session, students should complete the Canvas Career Prep Course prior to the session.  A link to the CANVAS course will be provided.

 

Option 3
Strengths-based Career Planning 

(In-person)

Length: In-person (75 minutes) 

Facilitated by a career counselor. 

Through individual and group reflective activities, students will be able to identify their academic and career strengths and then get to practice leveraging their strengths. New this year, this session will intentionally tie together concepts of strengths and resilience by providing opportunities for students to problem-solve around life and career decisions.  To prepare for their session, students should complete the Canvas Strengths Prep Course prior to the session. A link to the CANVAS course will be provided.

*If you have specific requests, or a topic you want to emphasize (i.e. linking to another assignment your students are working on, including CareerLink, or helping students write a resume), just ask. 

Want to add a Strengths Lesson? If you are interested in facilitating a Strengths lesson for your students on your own, we can provide you with a Strengths-based Career Planning Online Course. Contact Brian Finck at bfinck@csun.edu for access to the online course. For curriculum ideas and activities, visit the CareerLink Strengths Application site at CSUN CAREER CENTER | Strengths  and the Gallup Strengths site

 

Thank you for your interest in a Career Center presentation. Please submit your request at least 3 weeks before your anticipated presentation.
**Only requests using an official CSUN email will be considered.
ex: AMC, Title V COBAE, or Athletes
* Please note: for Summer/Fall 2022, all in-person sessions will be conducted in your classroom, as the Career Center classroom is unavailable until further notice.
Select One Option
Option 1:
Orientation to the Career Center. A career education session will include a tour of the center, an overview of resources, and a career interest activity.
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Sessions are approved for 1 to 1 1/2 hours total per semester
Option 2:
Choosing majors and careers. Students complete online Career Center Orientation in Canvas prior to presentation. Presentation occurs in Career Center.
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Sessions are approved for 1 to 1 1/2 hours total per semester
Option 3:
Strengths-based Learning. Students complete online Career Center Orientation in Canvas prior to presentation. Presentation occurs in Career Center.
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Sessions are approved for 1 to 1 1/2 hours total per semester
In the event that we are unable to accommodate your first topic of choice, please select an alternative presentation topic from the list above.
Alternative Option 1:
Orientation to the Career Center. A career education session will include a tour of the center, an overview of resources, and a career interest activity.
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Alternative Option 2:
Choosing majors and careers. Students complete online Career Center Orientation in Canvas prior to presentation. Presentation occurs in Career Center.
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Alternative Option 3:
Strengths-based Learning. Students complete online Career Center Orientation in Canvas prior to presentation. Presentation occurs in Career Center.
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(please include above any special needs or requests)