The FSU Career Portfolio was launched on April 26, 2002, at a formal reception attended by over 150 faculty, administrators, staff, students, and friends. Representatives from 19 different majors, several advising staff from Undergraduate Studies and across campus, as well as staff from the Division of Student Affairs administration, the FSU Foundation, and the FSU Alumni Association attended the event. Student leaders also attended, including the Student Body Vice President. Community members included the superintendent of Leon County Schools and several representatives from employers who recruit FSU students. The event attracted local media and the CPP launch was highlighted on the local evening news. In addition, articles were published in the State, a bulletin for faculty and staff of FSU, as well as the FSView, the student newspaper of FSU, and the Tallahassee Democrat, the local newspaper.
Guests sign in for the Career Portfolio Launch.
Visitors could view information about the development of the Career Portfolio.
Career Advisors were on hand to assist visitors. Thanks Conquaya, Selah, and Katie!
Larry Conrad, VP of Technology Integration, makes remarks.
President D'Alemberte speaks to over 150 guests in attendance.
Captain Winston Scott, VP of Student Affairs, offers his comments.
Guests Kim and Stacie enjoy the refreshments.
Jill Lumsden, project coordinator, with her husband Robert.
Dr. Jeff Garis, Director of the Career Center makes opening remarks.
Career Center staff and guests relax after the presentation.
The Career Portfolio cake was delicious!
Guests enjoy the Career Portfolio reception.
Project Coordinator, Jill Lumsden demonstrates the Career Portfolio.
Career Center staff members offering their support.
President D'Alemberte cuts the virtual ribbon.
President D'Alemberte and Dr. Jeff Garis.
Career Center staff who collaborated on the Career Portfolio.
Jill Lumsden with Administrative Information Systems staff who worked on the Career Portolio.
Career Center staff with administrators who supported the program.