Career planning gives students and alumni the opportunity to assess their values, interests, skills, and personal qualities; explore suitable options; set short and long-term goals; identify experiential learning opportunities and develop effective job search skills. The Career Center can assist with this process through individual appointments, working through he process of self-assessment, career exploration and decision making so that you can make effective and rewarding career choices.

Connect Majors to Careers
  • What can I do with this major logoWhat Can I Do With This Major?
    Online resource that allows you to select a major and see common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities, as well as links to websites that provide additional information. We encourage you to explore multiple majors to learn about a wide range of career opportunities.
  • Vault.com
    Information about what it’s really like to work in an industry, company or profession and how to position yourself to land that job. Includes access to hundreds of digital career guides, industry guides, and full-length profiles of leading companies; rankings and reviews on industry reputation, career advancement, quality of life, salary & benefits, interview process;job and internship databases; plus more.
  • Career Resources
    The Career Resource Room, located within the Career Center, houses over 500 books plus magazines, newspapers, and directories related to interests, majors, careers, job search, internships, interviewing, job search, networking, salary, transitions, and graduate/professional school. Plus, an eBook collection with information on more than 70 career fields including an overview, educational requirements, position description, compensation etc. Be sure to check out listing of available books via our Online Bibliography.
Career Assessments
  • Do What You Are® Career Interest Assessment
    Designed to help you discover your potential through your responses to a series of questions that assess your personality and values.
  • Skillscan
    Self-directed process that helps identify transferable skills and competencies for planning and conducting a job/internship search.

Before taking an assessment you will need to meet with a Career Center staff member to learn about the career planning process and the resources available to you, and if appropriate, obtain a username/password. During a follow-up appointment at the Career Center, we will help you to evaluate the reports and work with you to develop a plan towards your career goals.