Honors College students are invited to participate in the HC Life Design for a Career and Life with Purpose Program throughout their 4 years of college. Workshops with the HC Dean of Professional Development provide students with the opportunity to intentionally direct their college pursuits and career exploration to guide them towards a career and life with purpose. Students in each year of their college experience are given the tools to reflect upon where they are, what drives their decision-making, and how to go about aligning their values with goals and actions.
Students who participate in the HC Life Design for a Career and Life with Purpose Program receive 2 points towards the Honors College Merit Pin each year they participate, marking their professional development achievements through engagement with their HC community.
A Special Note of Appreciation: This programming was created with the support of HC Professional Development Interns Sarah Williams ’21, Shaili Soni ’23, and Arielle Cohen '23, inspiration and activities adapted from a national working group on Equitable and Inclusive Life Design Curricula led by experts from Stanford’s Design Lab and Tulane’s Taylor Your Life Program, a collaboration with colleagues at Princeton’s Keller Center for Innovation, and inspiration, and activities adapted from Bill Burnett and Dave Evan’s seminal work, ‘Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life.’