Maroon and Gold Connections Session D: Empowering Your Career Path



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We will address the notion of empowerment, and explore your role in empowering your own career progression. Taking various aspects of today’s job market into consideration, we will delve into ways to engage in the job search process. We will then focus on tactics you can employ as an early career professional to position yourself for that next project or opportunity. Finally, you will identify the next steps that you can take to further empower yourself in your own career progression.

Becky provides project management and leadership for coordinated career initiatives at the University of Minnesota, including graduate outcomes measurement, vendor selection, and contract processing, program development, and event management. She partners with colleagues across the University of Minnesota system, including significant work with Student Affairs, Global Programs and Strategy Alliance (GPS), and Institutional Research.

Becky is actively involved in many professional organizations and has served as President and on the Executive Board of the Minnesota Career Development Association. She has an MA in Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, and a BAS in Psychology and Gerontology from the University of Minnesota - Duluth.
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