Career Services Intensive Search
You must search with intensity because career planning is often difficult. It is difficult, but it is worth it. Simply put, career planning is difficult because it requires you to achieve a great deal of self-understanding and practical knowledge. Consider:
- Career planning makes you question who you want to be
- Career planning includes both big questions of what’s important to you, and a practical cost-benefit analysis
- Career planning calls on you to predict the future of your life’s work
MEET WITH A CAREER ADVISOR to help you start making connections and guide you through a career discernment process.
TAKE A STRENGTHS INVENTORY, along with other inventories, to discover more about yourself. Follow up by meeting with a Career Advisor at the Schroeder Center. These inventories are helpful tools enabling you make important connections, but they cannot tell you who you are.
- StrengthsQuest helps you build on what you do best in your personal, academic, and professional pursuits; contact us for a free inventory
- Profile and explore career interests with the O*Net Interest Profiler, a powerful tool for identifying some specific career possibilities
- The Life Values Inventory can help give some insight into your concrete values and a way of expressing them more broadly