Faculty & Staff
Complete a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest, or O*NET assessment to determine
your strengths and possible careers or majors to pursue.
career ready skills gained through past part time jobs, student organizations, and community service. Make a
Career Counseling appointment if you still need help finding your direction. Attend a financial literacy workshop.
EDUC 121 Personal Life & Planning to learn about decision making and how to better prepare for life after college. Review the NACE
Career Ready Skills page on the Career Center website and get ideas for how to develop them. Attend the Professional Etiquette and Networking Dinner to start developing professional
iLead workshop or LeaderShape institute. Consider running for a student organization leadership position. Meet with your
academic advisor to create your Degree Completion Plan. Identify some alternate routes/detours in
case you encounter roadblock in your plan.
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