Your undergraduate career has as many opportunities as there are stars; we're here to help you connect these opportunities to chart your own path to success.
Plan Your Path
What do you hope to do after you graduate from UCF? Formulate your goals—professional, academic, or personal—and then identify the skills and knowledge you need to reach those goals.
Connect to the World
Seek multiple curricular, co-curricular, and professional experiences that will help you acquire the knowledge and skills you need. Connect what you learn to real-world contexts.
Reflect on Your Journey
As you build your portfolio, take opportunities along the way to assess what you have learned, to think about how you learn, and to articulate how your experiences will prepare you to achieve your goals. Share your knowledge with others.
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Share What You Learn
Create a Presentation
Creating and delivering presentations helps you articulate your ideas and experiences clearly and persuasively. One of the best ways to prepare yourself for the world beyond the university is to learn how to present your ideas and work to others. You can share your experiences and talk about how you made connections between ideas when you give a presentation to your class, but there are also many opportunities to present your work at larger events, such as UCF’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE). You might also participate in research events in your department or college, publish an article in UCF’s Undergraduate Research Journal, present at symposiums or conferences outside UCF, or even publish a blog. Visit the Office of Undergraduate Research to explore possible research sharing experiences. Check the events page at Career Services and the websites for your college/major to find opportunities to share your work.