Sister Wener, BYU-Idaho’s career preparation manager, shares some strategies for preparation including 8 steps to follow for setting up informational interviews as well as an approach to planning the right questions to ask.
IDS News & Notes
This article takes an in depth look at the first of four core IDS skills taught to IDS students; Integrate Multiple Perspectives. Learn from members of the IDS council about this skill and it's significance in becoming an interdisciplinarian.
"[Interdisciplinary Studies] is a customizable degree on campus [that provides] a path towards a specific dream."
Customizing your degree to fit the career you want will help you develop a variety of skills, you’ll learn how to think critically and creatively, and you’ll be more open to new and diverse learning opportunities.
"My favorite part was doing something that was actually going to last," said Angela, "It's nice to have [created] something that [is useful] for others and something that's going to benefit the community."
In this article we spotlight Chloe Booth as she shares her experience in the Architecture and Construction Management Society.
“It’s not just achieving the goal that's important but it’s the process of becoming a better person and learning and refining skills that makes a person really a whole person.”
"You have to ask for opportunities and put yourself out there. People don’t know what you want unless you tell them."