Self-assessment is the first step in the career planning process. UCS offers two on-line tools to help you identify your interests and skills, personality and values and how they can be matched with your educational and career goals. While assessment tools cannot tell you what career or major discipline you should choose, they are designed to help you learn more about yourself so you can make an informed decision.
EDUC 131, Career Exploration is a one hour Pass/Fail course offered to first and second year undergraduate students. The course is designed to help students choose and plan for their majors and career paths. It is offered through the School of Education and taught by Career Counselors from University Career Services.
One of the most effective ways to explore and learn about different careers and to make contacts is to talk to people who are already working in the fields you are curious about.
Job Shadowing is an opportunity for you to connect or "shadow" a professional who has specific knowledge about an occupation or career in which you are interested.
Learn and develop professional skills that can be transferred to the professional world. This one-year program provides students the opportunity to earn a Professional Development Series Certificate* which documents the professional skills that students have learned. The Professional Development Certificate program allows students to learn professional skills in workshops and apply them at career events throughout the year.
Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect major disciplines to careers.