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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Great Work, Great Career Course

The Utah Statesman recently posted an article on the Huntsman School's Great Work, Great Career course. Here is an excerpt of that article.

At this time in the semester students are not only forced to think about graduation, but about the pressures of finding a job that matches the skills learned in their major, said Brett Cheney, a junior majoring in entrepreneurship.
Cheney is one of about 30 students who were enrolled in a no-credit class titled "Great Work Great Career," after Stephen R. Covey's book published in 2009. Covey partnered with USU as a tenured professor in the Jon M. Hunstman School of Business. With about a year left until graduation, he said he has observed the way this nine-week course has influenced students who are unsure what their majors will allow them to do career-wise, especially those majors that have been deemed less marketable. . .
You can read the full article, here.

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