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Category > Business & Finance Posted 12 Feb 2024 My Price 8.00

IND 299 Week 4-1 Career Center Activity

IND 299 Module Four Career Center Activity Guidelines and Rubric


This assignment is designed to guide you to the SNHU Career Center and to help you explore what resources are available to you for both internships and career changes. These resources will provide you an opportunity to begin planning an internship opportunity if it makes sense for you to do so, or to learn more about changing your career. If you are in a position where you are not seeking a career change, reflect on how you can apply the knowledge from these resources to your personal goal. 


For this activity, you will visit the Career Center, a valuable resource for SNHU students. Navigate to Career Services through the SNHU Career module, located at the end of this course. Begin to explore the Internships and Experience page and the Related Resources section of the Career Exploration page. Be sure to review the additional resources and video links on each page for reference in this assignment. While this information may not be specific to your situation or your goal statement, reflect on how you can use the Career Center resources to help you on the path to achieving your goal. 

After viewing these Career Center resources, you will write a short reflection about what you learned. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: 

  1. Are you considering a career change, or are you in the process of changing your career?  
    1. If so, explain how the General Studies degree is going to help you make a career transition in your life. This may include a new industry or growing in your current field. In your explanation, reference information from the SNHU Career Center resources, especially the recorded webinar Mid-Career Job Transitions (24:55), and incorporate how you can use this information to assist you in your career change. 
    2. If you are not changing your career, discuss your goals for completing the General Studies degree. In your explanation, reference information from SNHU Career Center and other resources, and incorporate how the information can be applied to your personal goal.  
  2. Does completing an internship during your General Studies degree make sense for you? 
    1. If so, discuss how an internship opportunity would be a valuable experience for you to complete as you seek to achieve your goal. What kind of an internship would you pursue? What knowledge would you hope to get out of this internship? In your explanation, reference new information you have learned about internships and your chosen field through the Career Center resources.  
    2. If an internship is not going to be the best option for you, discuss any internship opportunities you have had in the past or examples of prior learning where you have gained credit toward a degree or certificate through real-world experience. Have you had this opportunity before? Could an internship have been beneficial at some point in your prior learning?  
  3. Draw connections between the career change and internship research you have done for this assignment and your academic plan. For example, does it help you draw clearer connections between the steps you are taking toward graduation and your larger professional goals? Does it give you a greater sense of how you might connect to other professionals or ways in which you might continue growing your skills after you have graduated? Even if you are not changing your career, what takeaways from these resources are valuable to your academic plan? Explain

What to Submit

Your paper must be submitted as a 1- to 2-page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. 



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