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Career Modules

The Career Center has designed and implemented several in-class career modules in collaboration with faculty members across different schools and departments.

In addition to delivering the MBTI assessment to freshmen students taking RHET 1010 classes, the certified staff has also administered the Strong Interest Inventory in other classes to help students focus on their career goals. Job search skills, including resume writing, interviewing and networking, were common components in career modules delivered in classes and with student groups such as Lead scholars, Tomorrow's Leaders and Al Ghurair scholars. Individual mock interviews were conducted by the Career Center staff with students in the business communication course to simulate the real-life experience of the interviewing process.

Career Module for BADM Capstone Class

The career module is offered to seniors and graduating seniors to equip them with the necessary job search skills required to transition effectively from student life into the job market. Students will understand new trends in the hiring process and job search strategies that give them an edge in a competitive market. 

Sessions’ Objectives

  • Become acquainted with new trends in the hiring process, thus overcoming common pitfalls that hinder satisfactory employment.
  • Identify winning job search strategies and understand the value of networking in finding job leads and unveiling the hidden job market.
  • Develop effective resumes that enhance their chances of landing job interviews.
  • Acquire interviewing skills and learn the ropes and knots of competency-based interviews.