The first three PFFP requirements are linked below. Completing these will get you started in PFFP:
The PFPP lets us know who you are and some information about your academic career at Marquette. It is the first step getting started with PFFP.
A fundamental mission of Preparing Future Faculty and Professionals is to provide a trajectory for your pursuits after graduate school. The Independent Development Plan (IDP) is an important tool in this mission.
The IDP is designed to help you identify potential career pathways, assess your strengths and opportunities for development in light of those pathways, generate appropriate goals and identify resources for attaining those goals.
The Individual Development Plan is both a process and a product: by engaging in developing an IDP you will plan and create a plan. To this end, detailed below you will find the recommended steps for planning as well as a template for constructing a plan.
The basic process for development planning includes:
Ideally, you will revisit and update your plan throughout your graduate career to reflect the ways in which your experiences and growth inform your planning and lead to modifications to your plan. Recognizing that IDP is an ongoing process and a living document, near then end of your participation in PFFP you will be required to reflect on your initial IDP, describing the milestones in your development, and the ways in which you modified your plan during the program.
3. Mentor Plan
The Mentor Plan is designed to help you find a mentor and take initial steps developing relationship(s) with your mentor(s). It is comprised of two parts: resources for finding and developing mentoring relationships and an initial mentor identification/development report.