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Career DEvelopment   

Career development is a lifelong process.  The experience of choosing a career or major varies from person to person.  For some, the choices appear to be obvious.  For others, considerable time, thought and effort go into the process.  Below you will find "Three Critical Questions" which are designed to assist you in planning and developing your career.  For those desiring assistance in answering these questions, please visit a Counselor or the Student Employment Services Office.  For step by step instructions in the career development process, please view the Career Action Plan.


WHO AM I? The most important step in the career development process is learning more about yourself, including your values, personality, interests and skills.  To begin the self assessment process, visit STEP I - SELF ASSESSMENT.
WHERE AM I GOING?  After determing what careers are most appropriate for you based on the prior assessments, it is important to research these and select a career or careers to pursue. To learn about  the daily activities, work setting, required education, salaries and employment outlook for your proposed career, please visit STEP II - CAREER EXPLORATION.
HOW DO I GET THERE?   The final step in the Career Development process is to prepare yourself for the job search by developing the self marketing skills (dressing for success, networking and interviewing) and materials (resumes, cover letters, etc.) that are necessary parts of a job search. To prepare yourself for the job search process, proceed to STEP III - EMPLOYMENT PREPARATION.



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