Today, more than ever, we are faced with many decisions in our daily lives. Just in our careers we are faced with decisions like what college should we attend, what should we major in, what classes should we take, who
Over the next several weeks, we’ll dive into each of the 34 strengths of the CliftonStrengths assessment. Read more to learn about the Adaptability and Significance strengths.
Illinois Tech is home to 7 fraternities, 3 sororities, and 1 governing council. Each month, the presidents gather at President Round Table (PRT) meetings. This month’s topic focused on understanding their unique talents using the CliftonStrengths assessment.
Over the next nine weeks, we’ll dive into each of the 34 strengths of the CliftonStrengths assessment. Read more to learn about the Achiever and WOO (Winning Others Over) strengths.
Over the past two years, Career Services has helped nearly 600 students develop their natural talents using the CliftonStrengths assessment. Read more for an introduction to the tool and follow along in the upcoming weeks as we explore each strength in more detail.
For all of them, their lives will never be quite the same. And even for the rest of us, the impact is palpable in our everyday lives and relationships.
How can we best remember and honor these victims? One answer is that we – every one of us – make sure that we achieve the lives that are forever denied to these seventeen victims. And this means achieving the success, happiness, and meaningful education, career, family, and social goals that we strive to reach in the future.
Seeking high-achieving students for a college access program! The Illinois Tech Global Leaders Program (GLP) is celebrating a strong year of leadership development, academic enrichment and professional mentorship. The application is now open for current high school sophomores; share this information with talented, motivated high school sophomores and their families and nominate a student! Read more.
Career Consultant Dr. Sandy Marcus, inspired by a large poster in a restaurant, writes a list about things we can do to build community here at Illinois Tech.
When You Feel Like You’re Short on Stakes The following is a reflection essay written by one of our Peer Career Coaches, Xochi Castel, a second-year Bachelor of Architecture student. I’d invited her to shadow me on a Chicago Architecture
The office of Career Services hosted its second The 2-Hour Job Search presentation by Steve Dalton, acclaimed author of the book by the same name. The presentation took place on Monday, October 10, in Wishnik Hall Auditorium on the