Making a Path (MAP), the latest program from Net Impact, is a peer-based job search forum where students come together for the accountability and resources needed to succeed in the impact job search.
Net Impact realizes that the job search process is a long and sometimes overwhelming road - setting up your own interviews off-campus, choosing from a wide variety of possible sectors and roles, and sourcing your own expert advice. MAP is a program that creates support and accountability during the job search and sets you up for success.
In a MAP group, members and a student facilitator meet for five sessions during the semester. Together, they go through a curriculum to define their job search goals, go after the great opportunities and make tough choices about their biggest priorities.
MAP groups really work! Students in the pilot program felt less stuck, lost, isolated and overwhelmed in their jobs searches; and more confident that they would find a job aligned with their interests and values.
Spring MAP Sessions
Tuesday, February 12
Tuesday, February 26
Tuesday, March 19
Tuesday, April 2
Tuesday, April 16
All sessions are from 5:00pm-5:50pm in BU 220 ("The Board Room").
E-mail Net Impact President, Lauren Presler, to register for this dynamic spring semester series!