Resources for Faculty
The Career Center offers the individual career advising appointments for all students and alumni. Additionally, our office provides the following career assessments for students exploring majors, researching career options, or identifying personal strengths and interests.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator What is my personal style? What are my preferred work characteristics?
Career Liftoff Interest Inventory What careers might I be interested in, based on my interests?
100 Jobs Exercise What are my long-range, deeply embedded interests and passions?
StrengthsFinder What are my strongest work-related talents, and how can I develop them?
Strong Interest Inventory How can I choose a major and a career related to my interests?
My Career Story What is the meaning of my life experience so far, as it relates to my career?
Career Snapshot Who am I and where might I want to go with my career and my life?
Pattern Identification Exercise What do I enjoy and am good at doing, and when?
Major Exploration Resources
|Arts and Sciences||Business
|Communication||Finance and Financial Services|
|Computer Information Systems||International Business|
|Justice Studies||Elementary and Secondary Education|
|Music||Nursing &Health Sciences|
|Political Studies||Pre-Professional Programs|
|Spanish-Latin American Studies
Frequently Requested Resources
- How to refer employers with job/internship postings
- How students register an internship for academic credit
- How to write reccomendation letters for Medical School applicants
- Who hires our grads