Career Development Passport Program


Congratulations to the 850 participants who completed the 2016-17 Career Development Passport program! 

The Career Development Passport Program is a 12-month program for regular staff on the Ann Arbor campus and Michigan Medicine designed to support their U-M career growth and knowledge of career navigation strategies.

Read the Career Development Program 2016-2017 report executive summary or view the infographic.

About the 2016-2017 Career Development Passport Program

The year-long program began in May 2016 and concluded in April 2017.

The program benefits participants seeking to advance their career development goals by providing:

  • Career navigation and development presentations across a variety of career/job families and classifications.
  • Opportunities to engage in career networking, coaching and mentoring activities.
  • Access to career development tools and resources.
  • Helpful information about career advancement and professional development at U-M.

Leadership and staff support for the program is expressed in these videos:

The Career Development Passport program is sponsored by University Human Resources with financial support from TIAA.               tiaa_logo.jpg

For more information, contact the Career Development Passport planning team.