Pathway to Empowerment | P2E
The ultimate goal of P2E is to prepare students for both immediate employability and what it means to live meaningfully in the world. P2E guides students through developmental stages that prepare them for the post-collegiate world intellectually, personally, and professionally.
What is the pathway to empowerment?
The Pathway to Empowerment (P2E) signature program takes students on a journey of transformation that leads to a life of personal significance and professional success. This program is designed to empower our students to reach their full potential at Lake Erie College and beyond.
Our vision for our students
At Lake Erie College, our vision is to empower students by successfully integrating the following elements as foundations of the learning experience:
By focusing on these four vision elements, we have established a pathway for students to follow year by year that builds confidence and develops strong personal and professional traits.
PHASE 1: SELF DISCOVERY
Begin by Forming Strong Relationships with Faculty/Staff during “Getting to Know You” Sessions at Orientation
Begin to Build your LEC Portfolio with Career Information Interviews and Career Assessments
PHASE 2: DEVELOPING STRONG PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
Enhance Your LEC Portfolio with Job Shadowing Opportunities and Strengths Assessments
Attend Workshops that Help You Better Understand and Build Your Strengths
PHASE 3: CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING
Participate in Internships and Other Significant Experiential Learning Opportunities
Find Your Professional or Alumni Mentor
Develop Service Project
Develop an Interdisciplinary Service Project
PHASE 4: BALANCING PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL GOALS WITH THE NEEDS OF OTHERS
Finalize Your Portfolio
Complete Service Project
Complete an Interdisciplinary Service Project
Leave Your Legacy through Service, Scholarship, and Leadership
Why is P2E essential to a student's college experience?
Each year, LEC students will add experiences and reflections to an e-portfolio. By the time students reach their senior year, they will be prepared for the rigors of the job hunt, skilled at the interview process, and have a deeper understanding of both personal and professional goals and how to achieve them.