- deepening career-life concepts and thoughtful self-knowledge to inform personal life-long learning choices and post-graduation plans
- using self-advocacy and employment marketing strategies, such as creating one’s own effective public profiles
- employing developed social capital, such as leadership and collaboration skills, to cultivate community networks
- engaging in a substantive experiential learning opportunity of 30 hours or more that is intended to expand and/or deepen student exposure to career-life possibilities, such as service learning, volunteerism, employment, fieldwork projects, entrepreneurship, and passion projects
- designing, assembling, and presenting a capstone to an audience, celebrating the learning journey and next steps toward preferred futures.
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NOTE: Assignments are due 4 weeks after you attended that module’s session.