Career planning is a process that involves learning about yourself, exploring career fields, understanding the job market, making career decisions, preparing for the job search and learning lifelong job search skills. The Career Center provides the following resources and services, at no charge, to former students to assist them with this career process.
Sigi 3 is a self-paced assessment and information resource to help you in career planning. Choose Sigi3 for access.
Research different careers, industry trends, salaries and employers using a wide variety of more than 300 books, newspapers and periodicals.
Use these guidelines for direction on how to complete each step of the job search process:
|Cover Letters||Job Search Tips||Scannable Résumé|
|Dressing for an Interview||Networking||Staffing Agencies|
|Informational Interview||Persons with Disabilities|
Access career planning resources, company Web sites and job listings on the Internet.
The following service is available to former students for a fee:
Sign up through Workforce and Continuing Education to take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory, which will help you assess your interests, strengths and personality type and determine which careers may be a match for you. Also, meet with a career advisor to discuss career planning or to get assistance with your job search. For more information or to enroll in the Career Testing and Counseling course, contact Workforce and Continuing Education.