Faculty Resources

Career Management would like to partner with you on providing career readiness services to your students. We can offer a variety of classroom presentations tailored to your needs, in addition to organizing mock interviews, resume reviews, or career fairs.

Classroom Presentations

Career Management is currently offering presentations that focus on preparing students for internship sites. We can cover topics such as:

  • Resume / cover letter development
  • Interview skills / mock interviews
  • Workplace professionalism
  • Career Competencies
  • Networking
  • Dining etiquette

Make arrangements below for a representative from Career Management to come speak to your class. We ask that you give us a week in advance to ensure our availability and time to prepare.

Request Workshop / Presentation

Syallbus Statement

Incorporate the Career Competencies in your course by including a brief statement on your syllabus:

Successfully step from classroom to career by developing your Spartan Ready Skills: Communication, Teamwork and Collaboration, Leadership, Creativity and Problem-Solving, Professionalism & Productivity, Application of Information Technology, Global Perspective, and Career Management. These eight career competencies have been recognized as the key skills employers across all industries are looking for in college graduates. Contact Career Management (www.uscupstate.edu/careermanagement) for assistance on developing competencies and connecting them to your academic and extracurricular experiences.

CAREER READINESS

The National Association of College and Employers (NACE) has identified the eight, requisite career competencies as the following:


Communication

Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively and efficiently using verbal, nonverbal, digital, and written methods. Be a good listener.


Teamwork and Collaboration

Build collaborative relationships by valuing others and taking responsibility for your role within a team.

Seek and appreciate the viewpoints of those from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions and lifestyles


Leadership

Use interpersonal skills to coach, motivate and develop others by recognizing their strengths to achieve a common goal or shared vision


Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Analyze issues, think critically, make decisions, and overcome challenges. Obtain, interpret, and use knowledge, facts, and data to make decisions.


Professionalism and Productivity

Demonstrate responsible work habits (i.e. punctuality, accountability, workload management) while displaying integrity and ethical behavior (i.e. acknowledge and learn from mistakes)


Application of Information Technology

Demonstrate responsible work habits (i.e. punctuality, accountability, workload management) while displaying integrity and ethical behavior (i.e. acknowledge and learn from mistakes)


Global Perspective

Respect the viewpoints of those from diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, and lifestyles to build collaborative relationships and communicate effectively.

The ability to appreciate, value, and learn from other cultures and perspectives to move beyond tolerance.


Career Management

Understand one’s skills, strengths, experiences, and areas for improvement in order to explore career options, take the steps necessary to pursue opportunities, and understand how to advocate for personal and professional success.