Not sure where to start? We’ve developed the Viking Score to get you started on your path to success.
Exploration: Know Yourself
Exploration begins with acquiring self-knowledge by understanding your interests, skills, values, and the needs of community.
Preparation: Define Your Path
Once you learn more about who you are through EXPLORATION, you can begin to define your where you want to go and prepare for how to get there.
Experience: Try it Out
An integral part of achieving career success includes Gaining Experience. CORE was created to make the process of finding and completing what are often referred to as High Impact Practices or Experiential Learning possible. Examples of experiential learning include Internships, Student Research, Study Away, EDGE Center activities, Volunteer and Community Service, and Student Employment.
Career Ready: Share Your Story
Career Ready not only means you have the skills and experience future employers and graduate programs desire but also means you are able to identify and communicate what those Career Readiness Skills are.
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By Marian Kisch, published on NAFSA website
Navigating the waters from a college degree to an internship or job in the United States is fraught with obstacles for international students. Networking is often an alien concept. Informational interviews are rarely …