Choosing Your Major/Career

The most important first step you can take toward career success is to know yourself and your interests. Our career advisors are happy to help you identify educational and career goals, and discuss the variety of academic majors, occupations and industries that may lead you to a satisfying career.

Resources for Students

What Can I Do With This Major: This convenient website provides a snapshot of 80 academic disciplines and the common career areas, typical employers and job search strategies associated with each major.

Career assessments: If you are interested in learning more about "Do What You Are" or other career assessments, schedule an appointment with one of our advisors. By working closely with a career advisor, you can use our self-assessment tools to better understand and apply your own natural strengths and interests in your career decision-making.

  • Do What You Are: This personality type assessment will help you better understand yourself and make informed decisions about your future. After taking the assessment, please schedule an appointment with a career advisor to review your results. Access key: 4W8QV7V.

O*NET Online: The O*NET database includes information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities and interests associated with occupations. This is a great tool to explore various career options and job outlook data.

Glassdoor: Glassdoor has millions of jobs plus salary information, company reviews and interview questions from people on the inside. This is a great resource to explore specific companies and salary data.

Spotlight on Careers: A resource for students to explore career paths within the liberal arts. Username: spotlightkey, password: lacn18.

 

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