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KU Career Partners Program


The program consists of online training through an online tool called TuaPath, face-to-face training conducted by University Career Center staff members, and an online repository with FAQs and access to handouts for promoting UCC events and resources.

Interested in starting the Program?

If you are interested in participating in the KU Career Partners Program, please complete this brief form.

If you are interested in having an entire office or department complete the program, please email Erin Wolfram at ewolfram@ku.edu.

Topics covered in the online training include:

Shaping Career Conversations

  • Debunking career myths
  • Having positive career conversations
  • Helping students market their transferable skills

Marketing Skills in the Changing Labor Market

  • T-shaped professionals
  • Jobs of the future

Experiential Learning

  • What it is and why it is important
  • Internship, part-time job, and volunteering resources
  • Helping students set up an informational interview
  • Helping students prepare for an informational interview

Campus referrals

  • When to refer
  • Who to refer
  • How to refer
  • Overview of various offices on campus

Topics covered in the face-to-face training include:

  • How to help students with resumes and CVs (1 hour)
  • How to help students leverage LinkedIn (30 minutes)
  • How to help students navigate KU Career Connections, our career management system (30 minutes)

Sign up for face-to-face training

***Those who are ready to sign up for the face-to-face training, please email ewolfram@ku.edu to reserve a spot at one of these sessions:

  • Dates and times coming soon!

Topics Available in the Online Repository:

  • A list of frequently asked questions
  • A list of campus career development events

 


University Career Center
6th in the nation for its social media presence in 2013 —JobBrander.com
Winner of the 2013 Innovation Excellence Award in Research —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2009 National Chevron Award winner for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
2010 National Chevron Award finalist for excellence in career services —National Association of Colleges and Employers
Professional Clothing Closet won Service Program of the Year —2011-12 Jayhawk Choice Awards
More than 500 students enroll in career classes annually
Each year more than 7,500 jobs and 1,400 internships are posted in KU Career Connections
University Career Center hosts eight career fairs each year
More than 360 organizations attended University Career Center career fairs the past academic year
More than 10,000 students attended University Career Center workshops in 2012-13