EOE Career Development & Leadership Development Seminars

FALL SEMESTER

The EOE Career Development Seminar is an introduction to career skills including work style preferences, transferable skills, professional development.  The seminar also includes basic development in areas such as networking, dining etiquette, interviewing and resumes.

Important things to know about EOE's CD Seminar:

  • Course is only offered in the fall semester.
  • Course meets weekly on Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
  • Seminar counts for two credit hours and will be taken Pass/Fail. 
  • To register, students must have completed one year at The University of Texas at Austin.
  • Sample CD Seminar Syllabus coming soon!
  • Course number for Fall 2017 is ES 222.  The unique # 12870.

Dynamic speakers from diverse backgrounds lead interactive sessions that stimulate thought provoking discussion and personal growth.  Sessions will introduce concepts that include, but are not limited to:

  • Building confidence and presence,
  • Self marketing and promotion, 

This is a great personal development seminar for second-and third-year engineering students as well as new transfer students.

 

SPRING SEMESTER

The EOE Leadership Development Seminar is an introduction to leadership principles and theories including effective team communications and conflict resolution.  The seminar also includes basic development in areas such as leadership styles, strengths and public speaking.

Important things to know about EOE's LD Seminar:

  • Course is only offered in the Spring semester.
  • Course meets weekly on Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
  • Seminar counts for two credit hours and will be taken Pass/Fail. 
  • To register, students must have completed one year at The University of Texas at Austin.
  • Sample LD Seminar Syllabus coming soon!
  • Course number for Spring 2018 is ES 222.

Dynamic speakers from diverse backgrounds lead interactive sessions that stimulate thought provoking discussion and personal growth.  Sessions will introduce concepts that include, but are not limited to:

  • Emotional intelligence, and
  • How to influence people.

This is a great personal development seminar for second- and third-year engineering students as well as new transfer students.

Please contact Erica Martin with questions.

"Great class! Everything discussed, practiced and presented has been and will be beneficial to my career. Thank you!"

"After taking the seminar, I realized how drastically I have improved. I never would have known my potential if it were not for this seminar."

"This class provided a lot of helpful tips and advice that I plan to keep in my back pocket as I continue to apply for jobs in the future."

"GE 222 was so beneficial. Being recorded was challenging, but I have been able to fix issues that I would have not known otherwise."