The class is run by the school’s Professional Education department, and its goal is to “assist the discovery of your gifts and talents and help personal revelation give foresight to your future,” according to the department's Marketing Manager Kamie Fisher.
She said topics discussed in the workshop include each student’s journey, mission and vision, as well as how family, career principles, gifts and talents can help students achieve their goals. The course uses the Gallup StrengthsFinder assessment and Holland Codes to help students identify their strengths and personality type, and then apply this knowledge to their future plans.
“By the end of those six weeks, they usually have a goal figured out about what they want to do,” Fisher said.
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