Know My Career Self

Experiential learning opportunity

REAL Program

Gain a deep understanding of yourself. As you learn more about what motives you, your strengths, your areas of interests and your personality traits, you will be able to identify suitable career options.



Gabbi Merales Zott, MS


No prerequisites



Maximum enrollment


NACE competencies

  • Critical thinking/problem solving
  • Oral/written communication
  • Career management


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Registration options

Start terms

  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Spring

Offered as hybrid or online


One in-person class each week. The rest of the coursework is online.

Winter term '23 in-person class meets Monday 10-10:50 a.m.


Online only sections will be delivered remotely and asynchronously.

Learning outcomes

  • Set up and conduct information interviews
  • Answer the question “tell me about yourself”at ease
  • Talk about your strengths and career interest with your peers, parents, professional advisors, faculty advisors, potential employers

Content / knowledge / concepts

  • Learn personal values, strengths, interests and personalities
  • Have meaningful conversations with their peers, parents, advisors and potential employers

Course experiences

  • Use self-assessment tools to gain a clear picture of what you can offer in a work setting
  • Interview alumni/professionals
  • Learn to ask for feedback for self improvement

Assessment activities

  • Reflections
  • Short assignments

Additional info

  • Kinesiology students will sign up for KIN 206 PROJECT:KNOW MY CAREER SELF.
  • Public health students will sign up for H 206 PROJECT:KNOW MY CAREER SELF.



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