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Career Planning

People with high vocational well-being know themselves well, including their interests, values, talents, skills, and personality style. They know what steps they need to take next in planning or moving toward their career goals, and they are proactive in taking those steps and gathering the necessary information and support. They choose career goals that are a good match for their personal characteristics, and they regularly reassess both themselves and their career goals so that they can adjust their goals and acquire new skills or experience as needed. Try the following tips to improve your vocational wellness.

Career Planning (general)

Career Self-Assessment

Choosing a Major

Careers & Employers Research

Job Search & Employer Research


Healthy Campus Taskforce: Paws for Wellness

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Career Planning Tip: Start your career planning process early.



Campus Resources

Personal Life & Career Planning Class (GENL 121)


Career Counseling & Assessment

DISCOVER Computerized Career Planning

Career Center

Academic Advising

Community Service Program

Academic & Professional Organizations

Leadership Program




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