MAP: Moving Ahead Professionally

Achieving your educational goals is a big step towards moving ahead in your career. Whether you’ve already completed your Associates degree offered on-campus by Ivy Tech Community College, or you are currently in progress with one of the cohorts, there are additional services available to help you make the most of your educational achievements.

Eligibility

Moving Ahead Professionally (MAP) identifies professional development activities designed to meet the needs of graduates and current students of the Ivy Tech Associate Degree program, part of Notre Dame’s Learning at Work Academy. The program includes early enrollment opportunities for suggested workshops and other development guidance geared specifically toward the needs of those seeking to turn their new academic credentials into career advancement.

MAP: Moving Ahead Professionally

Scheduled Individual Career Consultations with La Tonia Ferguson
Tues., Feb. 16, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:40 p.m.
Grace Hall, Suite 200
To schedule a 15 minute appointment, email La Tonia Ferguson.

Services & Programs

  • Suggested workshops and trainings: Select learning events and workshops specifically geared toward the needs of this group are communicated in advance so they may take advantage of early enrollment.
  • Email Bulletins: A series of email tips on effective professional development throughout the year are provided to ensure continuous progress towards career success.
  • Online Web-Based Training Modules: Exclusively available to MAP participants through ServiceSkills.com, dozens of web-based self-paced learning modules are available to help advance communication, customer service and general interaction skills. Participants are assigned select modules but may also take advantage of additional modules found on the site.

Upcoming Programs

Be a Trail Blazer: Create Your Own Career Path CANCELED
Wed, Dec 9 (noon – 1:00 p.m. in the lower level training room of Grace Hall)
Linear and direct career paths are nearly non-existent. It is important to identify your overall transferable skills and connect them with career areas that will capitalize on them. During this session we will review tools and resources to help you create your own career road map to success.

More Information

Graduates and current Ivy Tech students will receive information directly from a Learning & Organizational Development Consultant. Or, contact askHR at askHR@nd.edu or 631-5900 for information about participation.