Assisting Your Student
Encourage your student to sign-up for different courses that may be of interest to them. Your student must develop his/her own career direction based on his/her individual interests, skills, and values.
Support involvement in Student Organizations, Clubs, and Sports
Opportunities to develop leadership ability, teamwork techniques, time management practices, and other career-related skills will help your student prepare for the real world.
Promote Getting Experience before Graduation
It is critical for students to have work experience before they graduate.
Recommend Visits to the Career Center
Encourage your student to stop by the Career Center and set-up an appointment with a staff member to assist with their career planning.