Fall 2017 Passport Requirements

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The requirements for the Passport Program are to be completed throughout a student's academic careerThese requirements are NOT intended to be completed within a year.

Group A - Extracurricular and Professional Engagement (Complete 6 activities)
These activities provide opportunities for students to engage in their community and to develop the necessary skills to enhance their personal and professional development.

  1. Attend a student club meeting
  2. Attend a Leadership Workshop in the Kirby Leadership Institute
  3. Attend a campus Brown Bag Lunch event*
  4. Attend LSBE Distinguished Speaker Series event*
  5. Attend an invited speaker talk organized by LSBE
  6. Attend the LSBE Entrepreneurship Conference*
  7. Attend a job or internship fair or an expo
  8. Complete an informational interview*
  9. Attend a networking event *
  10. Participate in “Dress for Success” event
  11. Participate in “Dining for Success” event
  12. Other approved activities
  13. Attend an internship information session
  14. Actively participate in a student organization
  15. Engaging in Continuous Learning*
  16. Advanced Continuous Learning Opportunities*
  17. Attend a recruiting event*
  18. Lunch With Your Professor

Group B - Cultural Awareness and Inclusivity (Complete 3 activities)
To prepare for the business world, these activities provide an awareness and understanding of appreciating differences among people and how to embrace diversity in the workplace. 

  1. Attend a cultural diversity event (e.g. events organized by the office of Diversity and Inclusivity)*
  2. Attend a cultural diversity event sponsored by LSBE Unit Change Team event*
  3. Attend an event organized by the Alworth Institute*
  4. Attend an event that supports an understanding and appreciation of differences among others*
  5. Other approved activities

Group C - Experiential Immersion (Complete 1 activity)
By completing these activities, students receive hands-on experience that supplements their classroom education.

  1. Complete a Study Abroad short term or semester program
  2. Participate in a  Students to Business project or the VITA program
  3. Complete an internship
  4. Participate in a mentorship program
  5. Participate in the Take Back College Leadership Workshop
  6. Complete 150 hours of work experience that is related to your major/career
  7. Serve as an officer in a student organization
  8. Complete 40 hours of community service
  9. Complete a UROP project or work as a Research Assistant supporting a faculty member
  10. Participate in a regional competition related to your major
  11. Earn professional certification in your discipline
  12. Serve on a collegiate or campus committee
  13. Serve on the LSBE Entrepreneurship Conference Planning Committee
  14. Other approved activities

Note

  • Activities marked with a * can be repeated for two stamps for that category.
  • Activities from Group C can be used in Categories A and B.
  • Transfer students with 45 or more credits are expected to complete A=3, B=1, C=1.