Faculty and Staff
The Starr Career Development Center offers a variety of services to students to support their academic and career development such as resume and cover letter review, mock interviewing, career counseling, vocational testing, workshops, and various special programs.
To further our mission, and ultimately the College’s mission, we are eager to work with faculty and staff to provide our students with the assistance they will need to meet their academic and career goals. We invite faculty and staff to partner with the us in providing student support by utilizing the services below.
Student outcomes are located on our Post Graduate Outcomes page. They provide a current as well as historical look at student outcomes, filtered by a variety of factors, such as majors, schools and overall engagement.
The Starr staff is available to conduct presentations to the classes you teach and the student organizations you advise about job search tools, career and major selection, or a topic of your choice. Sample presentations include:
- An Orientation to the Starr Career Development Center
- Career Planning
- Interviewing Techniques
- Resume Writing
- Small Talk: It’s a BIG DEAL
To take advantage of this program, please complete a Starr Speakers Request Form (Note: two week notice is required).
Faculty and staff interested in receiving our weekly student-focused newsletter and/or student access to Starr Search, our online career management system, should complete the form below.
In addition to expertise in career and professional development, several staff have experience teaching and can assist with program/curricula strategizing. Some examples include:
- Providing strategies for integrating career readiness into curricula
- Developing a course skills objective
- Serving on department career development-oriented advisory committees
To schedule a consultation meeting, please contact Clemente.Diaz@baruch.cuny.edu.
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Faculty can align LinkedIn Learning with their curriculum by covering soft-skills and/or course-specific lessons. LinkedIn Learning content can also help flip the classroom, freeing up time in class for discussion, practice, application, and feedback.
Evidence-Based Practice Online Course Modules
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To better assist faculty and staff in integrating career readiness into curricula/programming, Starr has developed/curated a series of career-related assignments and tools.
- Career Mapping Exercise
- Informational Interviewing Assignment
- Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities (KSA) Assignment
- Resume Writing Assignment
- Personal SWOT Analysis Assignment
- Career Competency Self-Assessment
- The Forage Virtual Simulations
- LinkedIn Learning
To access these assignments, please complete the following request form.
- Webinar Recording: The Role of Faculty and Curriculum in Competency Development
- Article: Integrating Career Readiness Into Your Courses
- Guide: Competencies for a Career-Ready Workforce
If you have questions or wish to find out about other collaborative opportunities, please contact us.