What’s Your Career Development Plan?


To increase your chance of success, craft a plan.

During undergraduate and graduate school, no doubt you were asked, “What do you want to do when you graduate?” The answer was likely based on information you gathered from mentors, faculty, peers, and family. When starting to craft our expertise and training into a professional career, we more acutely observe what others around us are doing. It is only natural to compare our skills and interests with potential aspirations. Sometimes those aspirations seem obtainable, other times, not so much. Often, we find it challenging to connect career goals with a path for success. This does not have to be difficult, if you create a PLAN!

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Professional Development
July 2017

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