Intentional Work: Meaning & Purpose in the 21st Century

Intentional Work: Meaning and Performance in the 21st Century

What does “success” mean to you? This course will help you hone skills that are critical to advancement and satisfaction in the working world.

Course Details

January 11 – February 22
Thursdays, 3:30 – 5:30 PM

Why Take This Course?

In this course, students will begin by understanding what their own definition of “success” is, and what ingredients are necessary to achieve it. It also encourages them to be intentional as they make career and life choices so that those choices are congruent with their individual definitions of success. Taking students beyond the career exploration and job search process, Intentional Work: Meaning and Performance in the 21st Century Workplace helps them hone skills that are critical to advancement and satisfaction in the working world.

Victoria joined the Career Education Center in July 2008. Prior to coming to Georgetown, Victoria worked for Nationwide Career Counseling for Attorneys as a Legal Career Advisor for practicing attorneys throughout the United States. Before that, she held the position of Associate University Counsel for Temple University in Philadelphia. She has also practiced as an insurance and medical malpractice defense litigator. Victoria earned her bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Pennsylvania and her law degree from Boston University School of Law.

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