Used as a part of the career advising process, there are many career development assessment tools that can help clarify your work values, interests, and skills, while providing important information to enhance personal growth and self-understanding.
Career decision making is an on-going "life-planning" process, rather than a one-time choice. Through one-on-one meetings with students, career coaches can help evaluate and improve self-understanding, knowledge of the work world, and decision making skills.
Click above to learn about the many resources that Career Services provides for exploring the many career options in the world of work.
Planning a career is an important four-year process. Like a difficult exam, career development requires more than last-minute preparation.