Our Mission & Vision

 

Our Mission
To engage students in the career development process of exploring career options, gaining experience in a chosen field, preparing for the job search, and succeeding in their career goals.
Our Vision
UAB students will be well-prepared and empowered to successfully pursue meaningful careers throughout their lifetime.
Values
We promote student success by valuing...
EMPOWERMENT - We encourage informed and responsible decision-making by individuals regarding their career and life goals.

SERVICE - We seek to provide comprehensive high quality and compassionate service to all of our constituents.

COLLABORATION - We value collaborative efforts through internal teamwork and external partnerships.

INCLUSIVENESS - We strive to provide an open and affirming environment that is respectful and supportive of our diverse community.

COMPETENCY - We value the skills, expertise, knowledge and continuous professional development of our staff to provide relevant and innovative programs.

INTEGRITY - We value high standards of professional and ethical conduct including the responsible use of resources and fair and equitable practices.

 


 

 

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