Register for GRAD T580 - Foundations of Career Management
July 30, 2020
The Graduate College, in collaboration with the Steinbright Career Development Center and Drexel University Online, will once again pilot a co-curricular professional development course, GRAD T580: Foundations of Career Management. GRAD T580 is a one-credit, non-billable, pass/fail special topics course offered fully online this fall quarter (202015). More information about the course is available at the link.
We are looking for a diverse, interdisciplinary group of up to 15 graduate students, including online and/or F2F/hybrid, master’s and doctoral-level to participate and are who are willing to provide feedback about their experience. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why take Foundations of Career Management?
Foundations of Career Management (FCM) is a course for graduate students who have a good understanding of their post-graduation career path and want to take their resume writing, interviewing and networking skills to the next level. We will also cover other important facets of the career development process such as values aligned work, cover letter development, personal branding and mentorship.
This course is intended for graduate students who do not already have the opportunity to enroll in COOP 500 offered by their department. Further, it is not meant for PhD students planning to pursue a career in academia, postdoctoral fellowship, etc.
The Graduate College is planning to develop additional co-curricular professional development courses in the coming year. We welcome your feedback and collaboration.