Career Development offers discernment workshops every semester, led by student interns. There are two main types of workshops, Big Life Plan workshops or individual sessions. We organize other workshops depending on campus demand, and have tools to help individuals, clubs, and organizations gain an understanding of their greater impact on campus and leads reflection on personal skills developed by individuals along the way.

Big Life Plan Workshops

Got a plan? Get a Big Life Plan!

This is a six-week workshop exploring the question, “What should I do with my life?”

  • Not sure what kind of a life and living you want?
  • Looking for a fun way to clarify your vision for your future?
  • What are your interests and skills, and how do you talk about them?

Group Big Life Plan sessions help students identify what they love to do, what they are good at, how to articulate these things, and how they can apply to the world. We seek to create a means for students to directly impact their community, work, family, etc., both now and in the future.

Come join other students pursuing these questions and work on your Big Life Plan – the 6-week workshop that will help you identify, refine, and articulate your plans for your life.

Individual Workshops

If a student's schedule doesn't match workshop times, s/he/ze/they is welcome to contact the Career Center to arrange an individual session. This is a great way to work on your Big Life Plan, identify values, reflect on strengths and skills, and generally create time for self-reflection.

Other Workshops

Available upon request:

  • Class visits
  • Club discussion
  • Greek life and residence hall programming
  • Leadership development

Topics include:

  • Values
  • Communication
  • Reflection
  • Facilitation
  • Intercultural communication
  • Mission statements
  • Strengths
  • Personal and professional development