Phase 1: Explore
Focus:Getting students involved on campus
Topics explored: Interests & values, community building, entry-level skill building
- Recognize interests and values.
- Define the impact of co-curricular involvement on career outcomes.
- Identify learning and leadership development from co-curricular experiences.
What will students do?
- Complete 10 campus experiences
- Complete 2 reflections
What do some of these campus experiences look like?
Reflection allows students the opportunity to develop their own learning and build stronger connections between experiences. It provides space for students to take any experience and gain a better understanding of the things they learned from the activity and how to apply that learning other areas of their life.
CMU Gold Journal Reflections will prompt students to complete 1-2 pages of reflection in which they will articulate learning and leadership development from co-curricular experiences, reflect on how co-curricular involvement can influence career outcomes, and begin to identify their sense of purpose through interests and values.