Located in the Counseling Support Center, College Center, Building 10, Room 340D, Career Services assists students in exploring college majors and career options. For more information visit the Career Services website.
Self-Assessment and Career Services
Career Services offers students self-assessment tools to assess potential college majors, occupational interests, personality traits, values and skills. These tools create profiles unique to each person that are helpful with the process of exploring college majors and career options. Self-assessment tools are available on our website for free and in Counseling (COUN) and Career classes (CRER); these classes may have small materials fees. Students are also welcome to schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor for free Myers-Briggs and Strong Interest Inventory assessment. Call 574-6400 to schedule an appointment with a career counselor. Information on careers, salaries, and employment outlook can be found on our website.
College Central Network is the online job board for students who are looking for full-time and part-time jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. This system also has a resume and portfolio creator, and a career documents library and podcast library. In the fall semester, Career Services has a Major Fair, where students can network with professionals who have majors and careers students are interested. In the spring semester, Career Services has a Job Fair to connect students with local employers. There is also ongoing individual campus recruitment in the College Center, Building 10 by the main doors near the Learning Center, during the fall and spring semesters.