CSB Graduate Survey 2011-2012

Permanent Address:

To what extent is developing a career important to you at this time?
Please select the option that best describes your current position:
Part A - Post Graduate Plans: (One option must be selected, then continue to next section):

Part B - Employment Plans: If you have taken a full-time, part-time, long-term temporary, volunteer service, or military position, please tell us:
Did you utlize Career Services' assistance, resources or programs to obtain your position?

The location of your position:
Is this a:

How did you find this position? (Check one option)
Part C - Continuing Education: If you are ACCEPTED/ENROLLED and plan to continue your education (graduate or professional degree, diploma, license, or certificate) WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR, please respond to the questions in this section. If not, please return to Part A.

Are you planning to attend
Do you intend to work while enrolled?
Part D - General Feedback: Your responses to the questions in this final section of our survey will help us refine our services.
Did you participate in any career-related experiences while in college (e.g., internship, undergraduate research, volunteering, career-related summer job, career-related student employment, student teaching, nursing clinical, practicum, study abroad-field experience/practicum, etc.)?
During your college career, approximately how many times did you utilize Career Services’ staff, programs and resources? This could include things such as: Appointment with career staff; Use of Career Services’ website and Career Resource Center (e.g. CANE); Attended programs such as career panels, Career EXPO, workshops and class presentations; Participated in internship and job fairs sponsored through Career Services.

LEARNING OUTCOMES: Please indicate the response that most identifies your learning experience with Career Services' programming and resources throughout your years at CSB|SJU.
I learned about possible career options (related to my interests/skills/values and/or major):
Career Options
I learned how to utilize various websites and career resources for major and career (internships, undergraduate research, employment, graduate school, full-time volunteering) purposes:
I learned how to develop and utilize career tools (resumes, correspondence, interviewing skills, networking):
Career Tools
You have completed the survey. Thank you for responding!