Career Resource Center
Career Services maintains a lending library of occupational references, self-assessment and career development books, employer directories, job search material, job and internship listings, and college and graduate school catalogs. The office distributes free career handouts.
Figuring It Out
If you are trying to establish goals for yourself, need assistance in identifying your options, or need help focusing yourself, you may wish to take advantage of the following services.
- Career Counseling – Individual or small group counseling appointments are available for students wanting assistance in choosing a major or career, needing help in conducting a job search, or wishing to better understand how their college experiences apply to the work world.
- Career Sessions – Each Semester-Career Services offers group sessions on topics such as resume writing, job search activities, interviewing skills and choosing a major. Download file below.
Career Services has a number of assessment tools that might help you in planning your course of study and career path. They can help you:
- Assess your interests, values, talents and skills
- Broaden your horizons about potential career paths
- Explore and analyze occupational paths
- Map out a realistic career plan
* These inventories are NOT tests. They are NOT crystal balls that have all the answers. They are NOT the final answer. They are simply tools to help you clarify your thinking and identify options.
Online Assessment Sites:
- Career Interest Game
- Human Metrics — based on the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory
- Type Logic — Definitions of Myers-Briggs types
- ONET Career Assessment
What Can You Do With Your Major?
Amy Wright, M.Ed., Director of Career Services
802.626.6441 | 802.626.9770 (fax)