Design Your Dream Career and Find Work that Matters

Christie Julien – February 11th, 2018

Finding Work that Matters: A Career Design Workshop for UVA Undergraduates

The thought of finding a job feels totally overwhelming. You want to do work that matters, but you’re stuck on where to start and feeling pressure to make decisions.

Figuring out what we want after college requires action, but we usually don’t have the time or the tools to find a clear answer.

Become confident in how you talk about what comes next in a way that gets people to help you succeed.

This hands-on, high-energy workshop will introduce you to a refreshingly fun, step-by-step method to clarify what a meaningful career means to you, discover exciting companies, and stand out in a noisy world.

What you will learn.

· A framework to clarify what you want even with a busy student schedule

· How to test-drive careers without taking big leaps

· Tactics to overcome common obstacles, fears, and anxieties

· Practices to expand your awareness of exciting opportunities

· How to identify and close your skills gaps

· Authentically connect with people who will power your success

This is a training workshop for career counselors and HR professionals and is limited to 15 students on a first-come, first-served basis.

About Your Instructor

Spencer Ingram is a double Hoo, HackCville founder, and author of the Looping Method. He has spent the last decade using design practices to unlock the potential in ambitious students, nurse innovators, and impact entrepreneurs around the globe. Today he is on a mission to empower career professionals and employers with a dynamic set of tools to help people defeat limiting beliefs and become the best versions of themselves.

Students may select one of two workshops (RSVP on Handshake “Events” tab)

Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2:30-3:30PM, Bryant Hall Recruiting Room (in Scott Stadium)

OR

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2:30-3:30PM, Newcomb Hall Gallery (3rd Floor)