Career Development Office


Career Development Office
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063

Gregory Hall, 2nd floor
Phone: (716) 673-3327
Fax: (716) 673-3593
careers@fredonia.edu

Office Hours:
Academic Year
8:30 am - 5:00 pm, M-F
Summer
8:00 am - 4:00 pm, M-F

CDO MISSION

The mission of the Career Development Office is to provide a variety of developmental programs and services to educate students and alumni about career/life choices and provide counseling and information to individuals and groups so that they can become productive, contributing members of society, integrating their academic preparation with their interests, competencies, experiences, and values.


STUDENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES

Cognitive Complexity

  • Build competencies in identity development by using self-assessment tools and individualized counseling for career choice.

Knowledge Acquisition, Integration and Application

  • Learn about the world of work and its relationship to the self.
  • Learn how to research opportunities using web and career library resources.
  • Learn from hands-on experience though internships.

Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Competence

  • Establish career goals and work towards implementing them.
  • Learn to make effective decisions using knowledge of self and world of work.

Practical Competence

  • Learn to communicate effectively with potential employers and internship sites using resumes, cover letters and personal interviews.
  • Learn to communicate effectively when applying to graduate/professional programs.


Domains

 Student Learning Outcomes
(based on Baccalaureate Goals)

Self-Management

Students will be able to evaluate the world of work and its relationship to the self. (SKILLED)

Diversity & Global Consciousness

Students will learn how to research and identify experiential education opportunities. (CONNECTED)

Leadership Development

Students will learn to communicate effectively with potential employers. (CREATIVE)

Social & Civic Responsibility

Students will learn from experience though internships. (RESPONSIBLE)

Self-Management

Students will learn to make effective decisions using knowledge of self and world of work. (CONNECTED)


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