Career Agility is a 6 week online career and self exploration program designed for UBC alumni at every career stage. This interactive course will help you gain clarity on your strengths and values while generating the momentum you need to advance your career. As part of a group of your fellow alumni, you will move through a series of activities and reflections based on the research of the Hope Action Group, a team of scholars and researchers focused on hope centered, solution oriented career design.
Past participants in the Career Agility program report increased confidence, clarity and excitement about their career following the course. Many also say that their vision for what is possible and how to achieve it has been enlarged.
The Winter 2019 session begins Monday, February 18, 2019.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Week 1: Calibrate: Take the Hope Action Inventory and prepare to start from where you are
Week 2: Flow: Investigate career flow and the activities that are most fulfilling to you
Week 3: Strengths: Gain clarity about your strengths and skills
Week 4: Values: Discover what matters most to you in a workplace
Week 5: Resilience: Creatively approach obstacles from a solution oriented perspective
Week 6: Action: Learn to apply design thinking to your career and plan your next steps
Is Career Agility a self-paced program?
Career Agility is a group program and is not designed to be self-paced. Participants move through the modules according to a timeline and alongside an online cohort of their fellow alumni, and the group discussion and regular engagement is an essential element.
What is the time commitment?
The course moves quickly so daily participation is very important. Before you register, please make sure you can commit to logging in for approximately 30 minutes every day.
Is live participation required?
Although the program is group oriented there are no live sessions. All discussions are text-based in a posting format. No matter what your time zone, you can participate! One of the benefits of this program is the opportunity to connect with alumni all over the world.
Michele Murphy (MA’10, BEd)
Michele is a proud UBC alumna. She is an experienced educator, facilitator and instructional designer who has taught career education in secondary, post-secondary and community based settings.