Special Instruction Requests
Email email@example.com to request a class visit from one of our instructors. We can provide instruction tailored to your specific area and course on topics including but not limited to:
- Resume-writing and job interviewing
- Finding internship opportunities in the private and non-profit sectors
- Translating skills learned in the classroom into career success
- Getting the most out of a study abroad program
- Many other topics related to experiential learning and career development
The CLAS Beyond120 Ambassadors are undergraduate students whose role is to support CLAS faculty and college staff, particularly as it relates to experiential learning and career development. These trained student volunteers can provide support for events, help facilitate workshops, offer peer experiential learning consultations and on-site resume review sessions, and fulfill a variety of other needs. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a Beyond120 Ambassador to assist with your event, program, or initiative.
MentorConnect is a platform that connects CLAS students to a large group of UF alumni mentors that share their academic and professional interests. Mentors can engage with students in a variety of ways including informational interviews, career advice, graduate school preparation and more. Contact email@example.com to set-up a department-specific group on MentorConnect, recommend alumni mentors from your area of study, or get help creating your own profile for the platform.
Interested in giving a talk or workshop with Beyond120? Let us know. We are excited to continue working together with faculty and alumni on workshops and events to help students understand the connections between their liberal arts and sciences education, experiential learning, and professional success. Check out our previous workshops to get inspiration for an event that could benefit students in your area, or let us know what you would like to work together on.
Educational Tools for Canvas Integration
The Beyond120 Skills Curriculum features instructional modules covering subject matter that ranges from research and communication to resilience and goal setting. The modules incorporate lectures, videos, quizzes, and other media into lessons that students can navigate at their own pace. Individual modules or groups of related ones can be easily integrated into courses as a supplement to instruction or an efficient primer in a course-relevant skill. Faculty who are serving as undergraduate research supervisors or overseeing other experiential activities can also make use of the modules as part of their students’ training, preparation, and skill development.
A menu of current Skills Curriculum offerings can be accessed by clicking the link to join our free Career Readiness course and navigating to the Skills Curriculum page. Faculty interested in using the Skills modules in their teaching can contact Beyond120 for assistance with integrating the desired content directly into their canvas courses.