During the retreat, you will be tasked with giving a presentation on something you know a lot about. You can present on anything, as long as it can be accomplished within the given rubric. Previous topics have been "How to make Rice Balls," "How to Write a Good Character," "Puppeteering," "Orca Whales," and many others. These presentations on Something You Know a Lot About are referred to as SYKALAs and you will need to prepare one before the retreat.
Please note that you will need to turn in something at retreat check-in which demonstrates that you have already prepared your presentation, such as a hard copy outline of your presentation or PowerPoint slides.
Here are some examples of past SYKALA Winners:
The full rubric is located here: SYKALA Rubric
Type Indicator (MBTI) & Strong Interest Inventory (SII)
Before completing the assessments, register withCareer Services by accessing thewebsite at http://www.unf.edu/careerservices/.
Click Osprey CareerLink (under Quick Links) and complete the
Personal & Demographic Information.
Adhere to the following guidelines for
completing the assessments:
not omit more than 2 questions.
assessment should only take approximately 20 - 30 minutes to complete.
both, don’t spend too much time on any one question.
to complete each assessment in one sitting or note the user ID # to login at a
To access the assessments click or COPY AND
PASTE the following link into your web browser.
Complete the Registration page and click Register.
You will then be routed to the Dashboard with the list of assessments
selected for your group.
Click Start for the MBTI. Once
complete, click Next and then Done to submit responses.
You will be re-routed to the Dashboard to
Click Start for the SII.
Your results will be provided at the
Retreat. If you are absent that day, you must schedule an individual
appointment to receive your results.
assessments should be completed by July 21st.
Summer Assignment: Please contact your family and find out whatever you can about your family history as far back as you can. Focus your research on your family’s immigration history, not the whole family history. The questions might include:
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