Career Programs & Courses
The John P. Fahey Career Center offers several programs and courses to facilitate career discernment, experiential learning, and a seamless transition to professional life.
Career Portfolio Program
The Career Portfolio Program, required for all Heider College of Business undergraduate students, provides an integrated and directed approach to the career development process. This four-year program presents the foundations for assessing strengths and interests, exploring career options, developing a professional résumé, sharpening interviewing skills, learning effective networking strategies, executing a successful internship or job search, preparing for the graduate or professional school process, and focusing on career management as a life-long process.
RSP 202 - Introduction to Vocational Discernment and Experiential Learning
Utilizing an Ignatian approach of experience, reflection, and action this 1 credit hour course is designed to provide major exploration, vocational discernment, and professional development opportunities to students. Lectures, assessments, and guest speakers will encourage students to explore occupational options and to apply skills in networking and professional development. Topics covered will include major and career exploration, values and strengths assessment, resume development, interviewing skills and networking strategies.