If you are interested in having a representative from Career, Leadership & Transfer Pathways present to your class on a variety of career related topics, please fill out this presentation request form and we will be in touch. We would love the opportunity to present in your class!
Career Presentation Descriptions
- Overview of CLTP office/resources: Learn more how our office can support you in achieving your career goals.
- Career Exploration: Learn more about our career exploration resources and how to make an informed decision about your future.
- Resumes and Cover Letters: Learn how to start or update your resume and the importance of a cover letter.
- Handshake: Learn more about our online job & internship database and how to activate and set up your profile.
- Career Competencies: Are you career ready? Learn more about the skills employers expect you to have and how you can develop those skills while at Brookdale.
- Internships: Learn more about how to incorporate hands-on experience into your degree plan.
- Interviewing: Learn more about the interview process and how to set up your account on Big Interview.
- Job Search Strategies: Learn how to navigate a job search.
- LinkedIn: Learn how to use the LinkedIn platform and how to set up your profile.
- Networking: Learn how to connect with professionals in a career field.
- Professional Attire: Learn how to dress for success (without spending a fortune!)
- Professional Communication: Learn how to communicate professionally in person, online and on the phone.
Student Employment Program Supervisor Information
The Student Employment Program provides excellent opportunities for students to develop skills and experiences that will better promote their career readiness.
Expectations of a Student Employment Supervisor:
A primary goal of the Student Employment Program is for student employees to further develop their career readiness competencies. The student employee experience relies heavily on a supervisor’s ability to provide experiences that are meaningful and contribute to a student employee’s skill and career pathway development. Mentorship, through consistent feedback and evaluation, promotes a student’s ability to become aware of competency challenges and creates a foundation for students to collaboratively develop improvement strategies.
Training and Evaluation
Supervisors must provide paid training to all newly hired student employees. Students should receive training documents and resources that outline procedures and expectations of the position. Weekly meetings are encouraged to provide feedback and to collaboratively develop improvement action plans.
We also ask that you encourage your newly hired student employees to complete the Career, Leadership and Transfer Pathways Student Employment Pre-Assessment Survey during their first shift and the Student Employment Post-Assessment Surveyduring the last scheduled shift. Completion of a Student Employment Performance Evaluation is also encouraged during a student employee’s exit interview.
Posting a Position
Ready to get started? Fill out this form and we will contact you with more information!
All student employment opportunities must be posted on the Handshake platform. “Hidden jobs” hinder equity and inclusion of opportunity and undermines Career, Leadership and Transfer Pathways’ goal of mirroring the process of searching, applying, interviewing, and securing employment.
All positions should have a clear job description with clear expectations of the role and the responsibilities therein.
Please refer to the resources below for creating student employment positions.
Career, Leadership & Transfer Pathways • MAC Building, Room 105 • 732-224-2792 • firstname.lastname@example.org