Posted August 23, 2011
Idaho State University Central Academic Advising and the Career Center are teaming up to present a semester-long student success and retention series called "Harvest Your Potential."
This program consists of student success and career development presentations and activities. Students who participate in nine or more of these events throughout the semester, including one fair and a meeting with both an academic advisor and career counselor, will be invited to an end-of-semester student recognition event featuring food and giveaways. Attendance at these events will be verified through use of a punchcard, which are available at Central Academic Advising and the Career Center, as well as other locations on campus.
In addition, Central Academic Advising, the Career Center, pre-Health Professions Advising, the Graduate School, and Office of Research have teamed together to create two separate career and major exploration fairs. The Health Professions and ISU Graduate School Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 4, will feature post-graduate health and medical-related academic programs as well as ISU graduate school options. The ISU Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 5, will focus on undergraduate programs available at ISU, with the intent of assisting undecided students in choosing their major and minor programs. The ISU Majors and Minors Fair will also feature undergraduate research options available on campus.
Below is the complete Harvest Your Potential series calendar:
Aug. 31 – Student Employment Fair
Sept. 6 and 7 – Backwards Career Decision-Making
Sept. 20 and 21 – Attitudes for Academic Success
Sept. 27 and 28 – How to Prepare for an Informational Fair
Oct. 4 – Health Professions and ISU Graduate School Fair
Oct. 5 – Majors and Minors Fair (this year’s theme—Country Fair)
Oct. 11 and 12 – The Other Plan A—When You Need to Reconsider Your Major
Oct. 18 and 19 – Careers for Liberal Arts Majors
Oct. 25 and 26 – Student Leadership Opportunities and Benefits
Nov. 1 and 2 – Is The Site in Your Sights? Careers at the INL
Nov. 8 and 9 – How to Identify and Apply for Scholarships
Nov. 15 and 16 – Competitive Summer Job and Internship Preparation
Semester-long – Appointment with an academic advisor and career counselor
Nov. 30 – Student recognition luncheon and prize drawings for active participants
All presentations and the Student Employment Fair will be held in the Rendezvous Suites A, B, or C on the dates listed from 12:10 to 12:45 p.m. The Health Professions and ISU Graduate School Fair and the Majors and Minors Fair will be held in the Student Union Ballroom.
Central Academic Advising and the Career Center strive to make campus information and assistance readily available to students so they can reach their highest academic and professional potential.
For more information, contact Nancy Goodman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 282-5412 with questions, feedback, or punchcard requests.