Career Services seeks to provide students, alumni, and community members with an online library of information that will assist with career planning.
Please visit the links below for information that will assist you in your job search.
- My Majors – a quiz that matches 5 majors with your interests
- Majors and Career Central – Collegeboard.com provides a wide variety of resources for choosing a major and connecting it to your future career
- Live Career – test which helps you choose a major
- America’s Career Infonet – occupational information that will increase your overall understanding of the job market, including supply/demand and wages
- Choosing a Major and Minor in College Video – Videojug.com, on-line video of Dr. Jonatahn O’Brien, Ed.D., offering advice for choosing a major
- Career Journal – The Wall Street Journal‘s executive career site
- The Career Project – research careers by reading personal accounts of people in a wide variety of jobs
- Career Zone – important information on hundreds of careers in a concise format
- Military Careers – for students interested in pursuing a military career, learn about the various career paths within the different branches
- Prentice Hall Student Success Site – explore majors and other career planning materials
- Princeton Review’s Find a Major – if you already have a good idea of what you want to study in college, use this site to learn more about the field
- WorldWideLearn’s Guide to Majors – a wealth of information about majors and careers
- Roadtrip Nation – learn about taking a road trip with Roadtrip Nation to explore new career paths and interview people within your field
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