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The resources below can help you to learn about yourself and the world around you. Explore career fields to learn about what will make you thrive. Identify and reflect on your skills, interests, and values. Discover what is meaningful to you based on your intersecting identities.

Career Assessments

  • Career Assessments: Identifying your interests, strengths, values, and personality can help you make choices when exploring campus activities, academic majors, internships, and careers. We offer the MBTI, CliftonStrengths, Strong Interest Inventory, and Meaningful Work Kit. 
  • Designing Your Life: Whether you’re exploring what you might want to do or you’ve identified a role or organization to pursue, this module can help you take steps toward designing your career.

Researching Career Paths

The Informational Interview  

Connect with Alumni 

Connect with Employers 

Career Fairs  

Exploring Majors 

Exploring Graduate School