Career Services staff regularly partner with faculty and other college staff to co-teach courses or serve as guest lecturers career planning topics including self-assessment and interpreting personal inventories, resume writing, professional development, graduate school preparation, internship experience, job search strategies and many more. Below is a short description of career planning courses currently offered. Interested students should consult the most current course listing for availability and dates/times offered.
Four Sections available: Jan. 13 – Feb. 26 (First 7 weeks of term)
Two credit hours
Open to Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors
Trying to find a major/minor that fits? Looking for academic, service learning, and work experiences that complement your personal interests and talents? This course (team-taught by Rollins faculty and Career Services staff) provides you with the tools and specific skills necessary to choose the perfect major, create a foolproof four-year plan, develop strong professional relationships and land internships and on and off-campus jobs.
Section 1 MW 12-1:15pm Mathews & Meehan
Section 2 MW 1:30-2:45pm Strom & Rogers
Don’t know exactly what you are going to do with your major/minor after graduation? Unsure how to talk about your curricular and co-curricular activities in professional settings? Team-taught by College faculty and Career Services staff, this course helps you package and market your college experiences into a successful personal brand. Topics include (but are not limited to) graduate school and fellowship personal statements, resumes, cover letters, professional networking, and interviews.
Section 1 MW 12-1:15pm Fuse & Larson
Section 2 MW 1:30-2:45pm Vander Poppen & Boggs