Undergraduate and graduate students invited to attend Personal and Career ROADMAP workshop

The Personal and Career ROADMAP workshop is being offered and sponsored by the Technology Entrepreneurship Office (TEO) and will be taught by Andrew L. Shafer, a consultant who created the methodology and who is currently working as the Chief Customer, Marketing and Brand Officer at Gevo. One of the missions of the TEO is to promote an entrepreneurial mindset across campus. The goal of this course is to empower students to explore their strengths, envision their impact on the world, and develop the essential tools needed for personal growth and purposeful journeys. By understanding their unique abilities and aspirations, students can chart meaningful paths, whether they choose entrepreneurship or other impactful endeavors.

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Why should students consider this course?

  1. Discover Your Strengths: In a world brimming with possibilities, understanding your unique talents is crucial. This course will help students explore their strengths, providing insights that can shape their career paths.
  2. Enhance Self-Awareness: Self-awareness is the compass that guides us. By delving into their interests and aptitudes, students will gain clarity about who they are and where they’re headed.
  3. Navigate Career Options: The job market is dynamic, and students deserve a roadmap. Through engaging sessions, they’ll learn about diverse career options, empowering them to make informed decisions.
  4. Craft Your Personal ROADMAP: Imagine having a customized guide—a roadmap tailored to your aspirations. In this course, students will create just that. They’ll align their interests with actionable steps, setting themselves up for success.

Course logistics

  • Target Audience:Undergraduates or early graduate students
  • Duration: 2 weeks (June 17 to June 26)
  • Format: Early evening classes (Monday and Wednesday)
  • Session Length: Approximately 2 to 2.5 hours per class
  • Refreshments: Yes! Short breaks will include refreshments and snacks.