November is National Career Development Month, and the Career Development Center at Seminole State College of Florida is hosting several events designed to raise awareness and show the College’s commitment to career development among students and the learning community.
Recognition of this month, is at large celebrated in conjunction with the National Career Development Association’s (NCDA) annual celebration.
“The Career Development Center at Seminole State wants to encourage students to explore their career paths, first-hand experience the world of work, and engage in employment now and in the future, with their education,” says Lissette Guillen-Dolby, assistant director of career development.
Highlights of the week include a tour of Stetson University, a facility site-visit to First Green Bank and a career networking opportunity hosted by the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and intended for students interested in professions from all fields of commercial real estate. There will also be a career fair for emergency medical and fire science students and several workshops, covering topics such as resumes and cover letters, job search strategies and job interviews.
More than 90 percent of students surveyed at Seminole State strongly agree that career programming and events provided by the College help to increase their confidence in their personal ability to make academic and career decisions, according to an annual survey of programming by the Career Development Center.
“We want our students to know that our office is here to help and that events, activities, workshops and services are offered by our office year-round,” says Guillen-Dolby.
For more information about the month’s events, including a full list if dates, times and locations, contact the Career Development Center at email@example.com or 407.708.2033.
The Career Development Center at Seminole State College facilitates career and job connections and provides comprehensive services and resources related to career and educational development and experiential learning opportunities, while empowering students to take personal responsibility for achieving these goals.
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