August 9, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Are you considering different career paths, wondering what might be a good fit, or just want more information about yourself to help you make decisions? If these questions resonate for you, try the Meaningful Work Kit! We will work together on an interactive assessment that helps you identify the values, skills, and elements of work culture most important to you. Join fellow Stanford students and recent alumni for a hands-on exercise and meaningful conversation, and leave with a tangible set of career priorities to help bring you clarity and shape your choices. You'll have a clearer sense of what makes you thrive, what meaningful work looks like for you, and what values are guiding you right now. The Meaningful Work Kit is a tool that is helpful at any stage in your career journey: from frosh to seniors to PhDs and postdocs and recent alumni. The majority of our time will be spent individually with the interactive card sort. We will also spend some time in breakout rooms discussing how you might integrate and apply this information to a current or future role (e.g., interviews, application materials, and evaluating opportunities). Note: This session will not be recorded. ------------------ Accessibility features of Zoom include closed captioning, automatic transcripts, keyboard accessibility, and screen reader support. More information can be found here: https://zoom.us/accessibility. Please contact Chris Golde (email@example.com) to share any accessibility needs or questions ahead of your session (remote captioning, screen reader support, etc.) We will evaluate and make every effort to accommodate your request. Please make your requests at least a week in advance. For questions/concerns about disability-related accommodations and/or accessibility to non-academic Stanford activity, please contact the Diversity and Access Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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