Career Counseling & Exploration
Career exploration is the process of finding a rewarding career path, as well as identifying specific jobs within a particular career path. Exploration and career planning can be broken down into four steps:
Carefully planning your career—by assessing your strengths and interests, exploring your options, gaining experience, and making informed decisions—can help you land the job of your dreams, even in a tough economy.
Research shows that people working in a career that supports their interests, skills, and goals are happier, more successful, and more fulfilled than people who simply “get a job.” However, choosing a career and finding a job is an extremely complex—and often overwhelming—process. Career Services is here to help by providing individual and group career counseling to undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni.
Whether you’re exploring the link between your major and potential careers, sorting out your values and interests to discover the right job for you, drafting your first resume or conducting your first professional interview, we’ve got you covered! Appointments take place in a friendly, confidential setting on a weekly, monthly, or as-needed basis to explore and execute your career plan.
Career Counseling Groups
Applications are now closed for this semester's career counseling groups - Social Anxiety Group and A Sister Circle. However, Career Services regularly hosts career counseling groups, so please check back for a topic that may interest you!