Pathways to Professional Leadership
The Pathways to Professional Leadership Program (aka “Pathways”) is a series of seminars, workshops, and lectures that complement the Business degree coursework. Events are designed to support students’ academic success, career exploration and job search, as well as professional and personal development. Skills learned in these activities give students a competitive edge when entering into the corporate world.
As of Fall 2017
As of Fall 2017, all incoming freshmen Business students are required to complete Career Steps, an online Pathways in addition to attending six in-person Pathways as a requirement for admission into the Business Professional Program (BPP). Career Steps is a 13-module course that provides articles, resource suggestions, and assignments as a portal to professionalism, career exploration, and job search strategies.
As a student, check your Pathways participation by checking your attendance.
For a list of upcoming events check out the event calendar.
Pathways activities help students:
Study skills • Time management • Stress management • Performance management • Self-assessment
Choose a major and career path
Major/certificate choice • Career exploration • Professional résumé • Interviewing skills • Understanding of diverse business issues
Develop personal and professional skills
Strategic thinking • Interpersonal communication • Self-management • Building trust • Community relations
Please be mindful of the Academic Calendar. There will be no Pathways events offered during Reading and Finals Weeks in fall and spring semesters.