Action research project: Open access
MA Higher Education Leadership
The purpose of this research was to improve my capacity as a supervisor in building career readiness. I used a total of three action research cycles utilizing qualitative methods only. The research participants included professional staff, graduate assistants and part-time student employees within the University of San Diego. The findings of this research provide insights into the lived experiences of student employees, the tactics used by supervisors to develop career readiness and the institutional initiatives to maximize student employment. The primary research question guiding this report is: How can I as a supervisor develop career readiness for undergraduate student employees who work on campus? The secondary question addressed in this report is: How can on-campus employment become a more meaningful out-of-classroom experience at the University of San Diego?
Digital USD Citation
Gurgol, Daniela Saldana, "A Student’s Journey to Career Readiness: Maximizing On-Campus Employment" (2019). M.A. in Higher Education Leadership: Action Research Projects. 29.