Today's business world requires more than a diploma. Competencies and skills are sought outside of standard skills back in the 21st century. Self-management skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, active learning, resilience, stress tolerance, crisis management, and flexibility are must-haves in your toolbox.

For a successful career, contemporary positions that are valuable in the market and the job one wants to do must come together.

The aim of the "Step by Step Career Development Training" course is to provide the student with information about which resources to use and how to create a career plan that is full of success and excitement; to show what kind of work should be done for self-awareness and raising it.

It also aims to enable students to discover international exchange and volunteering programs and to raise awareness about the expectations of business life, new international working models, and their dynamics.

Who should attend?
High School and University Students
The Length of Lessons
10 Days
The Length of Lessons
120 minutes
The Program

Lesson 1: Orientation and Introduction

Lesson 2: Knowing Yourself: Who am I, what are my life values, strengths and characteristics?

Lesson 3: How should a proper career planning be? How to choose the right profession?

Lesson 4: How do you set your goals that will lead you to success in the future?

Lesson 5: What do you need to do to achieve your dreams during your university education?

Lesson 6: Which career paths do the graduates of the same department follow, and what will be the occupational trends of the future?

Lesson 7: What is your goal for university? What kind of plan should you make to reach your goal?

Lesson 8: What are your alternatives among universities abroad?

Lesson 9: What information should your resume contain in order to be preferred in job applications? How do you know if a job is right for you?

Lesson 10: How to do Strategic Networking in Career Planning, why is it important?


Academic education alone is no longer sufficient for today's business world. The world is globalizing and the traces we leave as a part of it become important not only for our careers but also for our personal development. In one place, the butterfly is flying and in another part of the world, it can cause wind. Therefore, in order to better understand the world, we need to take part in social responsibility projects based on our interests and spare time for the benefit of the environment and society we live in.

The doors of good universities are opened to young people who are sensitive to the problems of the world and seek solutions, and they are the preferred candidates in business life.

Within the scope of this course, the student will gain sensitivity to social issues by getting to know the society they live in better, and will also have the competencies that are sought after in professional life such as empathy, flexibility, and practical thinking brought about by communication with different segments of the society. At the same time, they will gain important competencies such as teamwork, focusing on a common goal, discipline, and taking responsibility.

In addition, students will watch films and documentaries every week in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and documents will be shared with them.

Who should attend?
High School and University Students
The Length of Lessons
10 Days
The Length of Lessons
120 minutes
The Program

Lesson 1: Meeting, activities for the content and purpose of the lesson

Lesson 2: What is social responsibility and why social responsibility studies are important

Lesson 3: What is volunteering? What does volunteering give you? In which institutions can you work as a volunteer? Non-governmental organizations working on social responsibility (Sample project review)

Lesson 4: Researching and discussing current social responsibility projects

Lesson 5: Social responsibility project fieldwork

Lesson 6: Social responsibility project fieldwork

Lesson 7: Social responsibility project fieldwork

Lesson 8: Social responsibility project fieldwork

Lesson 9: Social responsibility project fieldwork

Lesson 10: Creating the social responsibility project outcome report Students carry out fieldwork in one of the fields listed below.

Students carry out fieldwork in one of the fields listed below.
Areas of Interest will be Selected Among the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:





(Projects to support people with disabilities; Projects with children with autism spectrum; Projects with children with mental disabilities; Sign language; Support projects for the elderly / visits to nursing homes)







(City and Environmental awareness projects)



(Animal Rights projects/Shelter visits)