Career counseling helps you explore yourself and the world in order to make career, educational and life decisions.
Career Counseling Services
Talk about your thoughts, ideas, feelings and concerns about your career and educational choices with a career counselor. We can help you sort out, organize and make sense of your thoughts and feelings so you can set meaningful goals.
Career Counselors Can Help
- Identify and understand barriers to career decision making
- Clarify career paths and career life goals
- Assess your interests, values, skills and personality style
- Explore majors and/or careers that might be a good fit
- Develop decision-making strategies
- Research specific career questions
- Establish educational goals to support your career choice
Career Exploration Resources
Career Guidance Courses
Counseling offers career and life planning classes to help students gain self-awareness, career exploration and support with career decision making.
CG110 Career and Life Planning
Introduces students to strategies and procedures for effective career decision making. Providesassessment of individual personality style/traits, interests, skills/abilities, expectations, and values. Introduces methods and resources for conducting occupational research. F, W, SP 2 credits
CG114 Career Development
Provides strategies to integrate the personal, educational, and occupational elements of career and life development. Introduces the life-long process of career planning and transitions. Includes assessment of experiences, interests, skills, values, and personality and how these can influence career choice. Covers planning for education and training, decision making, and planning short-, medium-, and long-range career plans. F, W, Sp, Su 3 credits
CG 225 Four Year College Transition
Identifies criteria to use in selecting a college and major, and the connection between the transfer student's current college and four-year colleges. Provides strategies and information to assist in the transition to the four-year college systems. F, W, SP 2 credits