Interest Inventory Resources Graduate School Information Informational Interviewing
What can I do with this Major? Blogs Four Year Career Plan
Introduction to Networking Choosing a Major Values Exercises
Benefits of Service Websites Famous Liberal Arts Majors
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Interest Inventory ResourcesTo assist you to discover who you are, what your skills and abilities are, and then to help find a career that fits you.
Informational InterviewingA great way to gather information about a career or industry, network with professionals, and get insider leads to job openings
What can I do with this Major?
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Wondering how to connect majors to careers? See outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities for a variety of majors.
How we can help: if you would like more guidance or information on possible majors or careers, you can make an appointment with SLCD. We can help you explore what career traits are important to you, think about your ideas, find ways to test careers, and help you take steps toward your goals.
Choosing a Major
(click here to visit this resource) Don’t have an answer to the question, “What’s your major?” Or not sure you chose the right major for you? This presentation can give you insight into choosing a major.
Values ExercisesExplore the values you look for in a job or career, and relate them to different jobs, companies, and industries.
WebsitesClick on these websites below to explore different career paths
Graduate School InformationExplore why you might decide to go to graduate school, what you need to do now to prepare, what kinds of graduate programs are out there, and which programs might be best for you.
BlogsA great way to explore current information, news, and interesting stories about career-related and workplace issues! Here are some of our favorites:
Four Year Career Planning Guide
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A guide to help you plan out your college years so you can take advantage of your time here and be prepared for the next steps in your professional life.
How we can help: there are a lot of ideas and steps you can take! make an appointment for help with any of them, or to get general career counseling.
Introduction to Networking
Networking is about making contacts and building relationships that can lead to jobs or other professional opportunities. It is a two-way relationship that benefits both parties, and if done right, it can help you obtain leads, referrals, advice, information and support or provide these opportunities to the other person. It is an essential component of any successful career search.
Benefits of Service (click here to use this resource)
Volunteering is a great way to get a sense of your career options, get experience, gain insight into your career goals, and give back to your community.
How we can help:
- Get on Wolflink to find volunteer opportunities
- Ask SLCD how to get involved in SEEK, SIS, Alternative Break, Volunteer Week or other volunteer opportunities.
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Liberal Arts Major Career Resources
Your liberal arts education is aimed at developing the ability to think, reason, analyze, decide, discern, and evaluate. Here are resources to help you translate your education into career paths.