WORKSHOPS & CAREER CLASSES
Career Self-Assessment Workshop (C-SAW)
The Career Self-Assessment Workshop (C-SAW) is a two-session workshop designed to help you with your decisions about majors and careers. Self-assessment inventories are used to assist you in determining your interests, values, skills and personality preferences. With the guidance of a career advisor, you may connect the information you have gathered about yourself to possible majors and careers.
To participate in C-SAW, you must first meet with a career advisor during walk-in hours or at a formal appointment. Both inventories are available online at https://online.cpp.com. Instructions for online self-assessments will be given at the time of registration.
Career & Life Planning Seminar (UNIV 224)
UNIV 224 is a 3 credit-hour course that introduces the process of career and life planning. It encourages you to combine self-knowledge with information about human development, the world of work, and the global community and to discern and explore potential career paths. Finally, it guides you to design and evaluate your professional goals within the context of your whole life. As a participant in this class, you will:
Topics to be covered include: