503: Using AI to Find Belonging in Career Exploration

    Location: SIS T7 (Abramson Family Founders Room) or Join this session virtually

    PresentersLiz Romig (Director, Career Education and Outreach, Career Center), Gihan Fernando (Assistant Vice Provost, Career Center) & Caroline Hausmann (Assistant Director, Career and Professional Development, Kogod)

    Time: 9:15 AM –  10:30 AM

    Session Description

    AI presents opportunities in the search for “belonging and connection,” helping students identify career paths. It can also help in uncovering some of the hidden elements of the job search, revealing details like salary ranges, company history, etc., that would give important information to applicants regarding the match. Join us as we present interactive exercises to demonstrate the tools available and discuss questions, opportunities, and limitations related to AI.

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify 3-4 resources to help students explore career paths
    • Articulate how the core career competencies translate into the workplace using AI
    • Explain how effective prompts are important to navigate the opportunities, challenges, and limitations of AI in career exploration
    • Describe the opportunities, challenges, and limitations of the current career-related AI tools

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