Five phases to Career Development
Phase I – Assessing Self
Discover your desires and passions. The objective is to have an understanding of your skills, interests & values.
Phase II – Exploring Options
There are endless career options; therefore students must be proactive in identifying, understanding and matching Self to the possibilities.
Phase III – Developing Skills
Skills are developed and learned; they develop over time through study, education, practice, experience, and reputation.
Phase IV – Marketing Self
Become your own best advocate by developing the ability to communicate your strengths and talents to others.
Phase V – Performing
Set Goals. Planning your future involves making effective career-related decisions.
The mission of Career Counseling and Services is to develop, educate, and prepare students for the changing world of work and service. We are committed to the spiritual, personal, and career development of each student. Career development is a lifelong process, beginning in the first year as a Nyack College student and continuing throughout the college years. It is our desire to assist students in making informed decisions and to provide them with the skill set needed to manage their own career as they grow into their profession and calling.
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