Once you have conducted some self-assessment (through counseling, career assessments and/or by taking the Personal Life & Career Planning (EDUC 121) course), you will want to incorporate the learning you have done about yourself into the next phase of the Career Action Plan: Exploring Careers.
While you may feel a sense of urgency to begin applying for positions, gathering information about specific careers is an essential step in the career development process. Use the resources below to help you determine if a particular career is a good fit for you.
Wondering what options you have with your major? Career Resources by Major is a comprehensive database of career information that will help you start figuring out what you can do with your major. It includes common career titles, internship and research opportunities, job search websites, sample resumes specific to your field, and relevant professional associations.
Learn about career options related to your major with What Can I Do with This Major?. Note the printable information (PDFs) and the web links. This is a great resource if you're unsure about your major, or if you're thinking about next steps.
Traitify is a visual personality assessment that matches you to careers in less than five minutes. A fun and quick first step in finding your career direction!
Networking with professionals who are working in the fields that interest you is a great way to discover whether a given career is right for you. The Tiger Mentor Network is a free networking/career mentoring resource available to TU students. Alumni are waiting for you to contact them — connect with a career mentor today!
Digital technology skills are embedded in every job and across industries and sectors. The Digital Technology Credential is a current badging opportunity at TU to help students showcase their digital technology competencies to employers and gain access to networking opportunities with top executives for career building opportunities, internships and more.