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Career Development Passport Coming to Campus
The University of Michigan executive leadership recently approved funding for a new Voices of the Staff project, called the Career Development Passport. Modeled after the Diversity Passport created by Business & Finance, this project will allow individual employees to document their career/professional development as they take part in career-oriented presentations and networking events, and learn about career resources on campus.
CEW Senior Counselors Jacqueline Bowman and Valerie Eaglin, along with CEW’s Janice Reuben, who coordinates the Women of Color Task Force, will serve on the project team headed by Jean Tennyson of University Human Resources. The team will plan and coordinate this staff development initiative aimed at empowering U-M staff to takemore responsibility for their individual and collective career development aspirations and will include representatives from the VOICES ofthe Staff Career Development Network Group; U-M Health System Human Resources Office; University Human Resources and Human Resource Development. In addition, CEW will also host a few of the career development events as part of its program offerings during the 2013 winter semester.