Welcome to the Kania School of Management
I would like to take this time to reintroduce myself. My name is Mrs. Tamara Bautista and I am the Kania School of Management Professional Development Passport Program Coordinator. I work in the Kania Center for Practical Learning which is located in Brennan Hall, suite 332. My office hours are posted near the door.
What is The Kania Center for Practical Learning?
The Kania Center for Practical Learning was launched in 2007 under the direction of Kania School of Management Assistant Dean. Both the Kania Professional Development Passport Program and the Kania School of Management Student Internship Program are serviced through the Kania Center for Practical Learning.
For more information about the Professional Development Passport Program please contact: Tamara Bautista, Passport Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 570-941-7593.
For more information about the Student Internship Program please contact: Jason Schwass, Assistant Director for Student Internships at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-941-4029.
You may also visit The Kania Center for Practical Learning located at Brennan Hall 332 during posted office hours.
What is The Kania School of Management Professional Development Passport Program?
“The Kania School of Management Professional Development Passport Program is designed to prepare our students to effectively compete in today’s business world. Whether it be through required events, optional workshops or service learning at the University our students will gain invaluable confidence, knowledge, and business savvy required to successfully work in their chosen profession.”
What are the Professional Development Passport Program Requirements?
The Passport Program layout is a 3 tier incentive based program.
Basic Module: (required to graduate from the Kania School of Management awarded a Certificate)
Intermediate Module: (required to be awarded a Kania Pin at Graduation and Certificate)
Where can you find The Professional Development Passport Program Events?
“Your career is ultimately in your hands, therefore taking advantage of optional events
The Kania School of Management Professional Development Passport Program is to provide students with essential events in career building and networking to match their Jesuit education. This allows students to become familiar with professional development in many ways including: resume building, interviewing skills and preparation, job searching techniques, social media responsibilities, and other opportunities in career development. The program sets expectations for student participation and provides a consistent degree of training and preparation to give students an edge in career preparation and professional development. Events, workshops, lectures and activities given by alumni, business professionals, staff and faculty touch on various topics that relate to the students' professional development. Student participation is recorded and applied to their professional development profile.