Professional development, improving and increasing one's skill sets, is important at every stage of graduate education and beyond. At FSU, numerous professional development opportunities are offered by academic departments/programs, the Center for Teaching & Learning, the Career Center, and the Graduate School.
The Florida State University prides itself in assisting graduate students in their job searches and career choices. Some valuable career options resources available to graduate and professional students include:
Some of the professional development opportunities offered outside of the Graduate School include the Diversity Leadership Mentoring Program which provides mentoring opportunities for graduate students.
Working closely with outstanding research faculty, administrators and staff, The Graduate School offers a wide range of workshops designed to equip students to achieve their educational and career goals.
PFF assists doctoral students (and others headed toward academic careers) prepare for future faculty work.
PFP assists students prepare for future professional work in the public or private sectors.
The Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE), a unit of The Graduate School, strives to enrich the learning experience for undergraduate students at FSU by supporting the teaching efforts of graduate student teaching assistants through its various services. PIE offers professional development programs that create opportunities to foster a sense of collaboration and community among all graduate student teaching assistants at FSU.
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