Etiquette Training and Self Efficacy
The Etiquette Training provides Gen-1 students with Business Etiquette Training for professional, dining, and work place functions. Additionally, students develop their self-efficacy in order to be prepared for any and all interview opportunities.
The purpose of the Gen-1 Early-Arrival Program is to:
- Promote a smooth transition from high school
- Enhance sense of community within the cohort, the Gen-1 Program, and the University of Cincinnati at large
- Finalize any outstanding financial aid issues
Professional Development Courses
Facilitated through Experience Based Learning and Career Education (ELCE), First-Year Gen-1 students take PD 1100- Success Strategies I & PD 2100- Service and Success Strategies II; a two-term sequence that introduces a variety of unviersity success skills, and builds academic and personal, competence and confidence to thrive at the university level.
The PD 2070- Professionalism and Purpose course prepares second-year Gen-1 students to maximize learning and career-readiness through a major/career-related internship.
Gen-1 students receive structured and timely advisement by the Gen-1 Program Staff, in addition to Academic Advisement through their College. Gen-1 students meet with their Gen-1 Advisor 1-2 times per semester and discuss semester and year-long academic plans, progress toward degree completion, and professional development/career readiness.
Second-Year Leadership Development Opportunity
Second-Year students spend two days at Camp Joy to develop, enhance, and apply their leadership skills through intentional and structured curriculum facilitated by Camp Joy and Gen-1 Staff. This training equips Second-Year Gen-1 students with the necessary leadership skills to lead, guide, and support the next cohort.