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+ - Sophomore: Participate as member of a professional student organization

A professional student organization is defined as an organization that assists the student in learning about working a particular professional discipline, such as marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, etc.  Such out of classroom learning experiences help students develop knowledge of specific job types, contribute to a team of students and leadership skills.

Take-Away:  Students will gain valuable experience in understanding professions, effective communication, decision making, and leadership skills.  These roles can be used to add value to resumes and cover letters when applying for internships or full-time employment.

How: Argyros School Professional Student Organizations website (Coming Soon)

Next stop for Sophomore: Go to Articulate strengths, abilities and interests and their relationship to professional goals

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+ - Junior: Hold leadership role in student organization aligned with career objective

A professional student organization is defined as an organization that assists the student in learning about working a particular professional discipline, such as marketing, accounting, finance, human resources, etc.  Advancing one’s supervisory/management skills, leadership and team roles on campus as a leader of a professional organization is strongly encouraged.

Take-Away:  Students increase competitive positioning in the employment market by adding campus leadership roles.  Student can include a “leadership” section on resume, a standout skill for employers.

How:  Leaders are normally chosen from those students who have shown commitment in the past.  Thus, organizations that you have remained a member of are the best candidates for offering yourself as a potential leader.  See the Argyros School Professional Student Organizations website.

Next stop for Junior: Go to Align portfolio of strengths, abilities and interests with professional goal

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+ - Senior: Mentor new leaders for professional student organization

A mentor leads and advises their colleagues from the basis of their own experience.  Student professional associations continually need to identify and add new participants, develop new leaders which further develops leadership and team skills.

Take-Away:  Students demonstrate competency in selling ideas and opportunities for leadership and management.  This demonstrates great potential to employers and provides an opportunity to highlight these skills during interviews.

How: See the Argyros School Professional Student Organizations website.

Next stop for Senior: Go to Personalize portfolio of strengths, abilities and interests for professional goal

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