Most students choose their major with a career in mind. If you are undecided, or are interested in discovering other opportunities that interest you, use the resources below to research, assess, and identify what is important to you in your future career. Career exploration is all about making a plan and taking action!
O*Net Interest Profiler
If you aren't certain about the major you selected or are concerned about what your job prospects are with your major, you can take this assessment to find your strengths and discover your interests. If you would like to discuss your results with a career advisor, you can make an appointment to do so.
Candid Career provides career information and planning help through video. Learn as much as you can about your options before choosing a career path. These video interviews are filmed without narration or actors – just real people speaking from the heart about their career experiences.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook from teh U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics helps you discover information about hundreds of occupations. With its detailed occupational profile, the OOH provides information about typical education, salary, job description, and more.
Four Year Plan
Staring off your degree? Not sure how to prepare for graduation? Here is a 4 year plan to reach your career goals while you are in college. Even if you are not a freshman this is a great guide to follow with example activities to complete along the way.
Planning Your Career workshop (Aug 3, 2020)