Living in a global world and living with intention requires both vision and skill. This one credit course focuses on developing context for the career path and concrete life skills. We will look to global models, including right livelihood, personal mission statements and mentors. Students will also gain practical applications to navigate the world of work effectively, including research, interviewing, community needs assessment, social network analysis and proposal development. This seminar draws on a variety of readings and resources to provide students with an increased sense of direction and concrete action steps to pursue.
The seminar will be facilitated by Luis A. Vivanco (Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Global and Regional Studies Program) and Holly Wilkinson (Assistant Director of UVM Career Services) .
Enrollment is limited to 20 students and instructor permission is required. To request permission, please contact one of the instructors:
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