STUDENT TO EXCEPTIONAL EMPLOYEE (S.E.E.) TRAINING: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR UWG STUDENTS

Program Overview & Benefits to Participating

  • Program Overview

    Program Overview & Benefits of Participating

    This program is designed for UWG Students that are either currently employed or seeking employment. The Student to Exceptional Employee (S.E.E.) Training and Development Program is designed to provide students with opportunities to enhance their skill set, knowledge base, and leadership potential so that they can excel in the workforce.

    To register for S.E.E. training workshops, visit OrgSync

  • Benefits to Participating

    The S.E.E. Training and Development Program gives students the chance to attend free, one-hour workshops on a variety of topics related to employment and work/life balance.

    In addition to the valuable knowledge and transferable skills that you will learn, you will also receive the following benefits:

    • By completing the requirements, students will earn a new honor to list on their resume - the Student to Exceptional Employee Work Readiness Certification.
    • Students completing the requirements for Bronze certification will receive a letter of completion from the Assistant Director of Student Employment, Department of Career Services.
    • Students completing the requirements for Silver certification will receive a letter of completion from the Director of Career Services, acknowledging your participation in the program.
    • Students completing the requirements for Gold certification will receive a letter of completion from the Associate Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students
    • Students completing the requirements for Platinum Leader certification will receive a letter of completion from the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.
    • Students who achieve any level of S.E.E. Certification will be recognized during National Student Employee Appreciation Week held each April

    *Completion of this program does not guarantee you employment; but is a tool to help increase your chances of employment.

  • Important Information

    Certification Levels

    Students are able to earn up to three levels of S.E.E. Certification. The levels are: Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

    Click on the levels below for more detailed information.

    *Workshops And Dates Are Subject To Change

 

S.E.E. Training Certification Levels - Effective January 2016

  • Bronze Track

    Bronze Certification Requirements:

    *Students will receive the following upon completion of the Bronze Track:
    • Certificate of Work Readiness - Bronze Level
    • Letter of Completion from Megan Tait; Assistant Director of Student Employment & Experiential Learning, Department of Career Services
  • Silver Track

    Silver Certification Requirements:

    • Must attend a total of six workshops.
    • Complete a mock interview through Interview Stream (including appointment with Career Services for critique). 
    • Write a 2-4 page (double-spaced, 12 pt. Times New Roman font) reflection paper on what you learned in the workshops and how you have applied the skills you have learned.

    *Students will receive the following upon completion of the Silver Track:

    • Certificate of Work Readiness - Silver Level
    • Letter of Completion from Dr. J.L. Wyatt, Director of Career Services
  • Gold Track

    Gold Certification Requirements:

    • Must attend a total of eight workshops.
    • Write a 2-4 page (double-spaced, 12 pt. Times New Roman font) reflection paper on what you learned in the workshops and how you have applied the skills you have learned.
    • Have an approved Career Services resume (including appointment with Career Services for review).
    • Create a LinkedIn account and have it reviewed by Career Services
    • Complete a mock interview through Interview Stream (including appointment with Career Services for critique). 

     

    *Students will receive the following upon completion of the Gold Track:

    • Certificate of Work Readiness - Gold Level
    • Letter of Completion from Dr. Xavier Whitaker, Associate Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students
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