Find Your Career Path
Understanding yourself is the first step to identifying an appropriate career.
It is important to choose a professional path that aligns with your interests, skills, values and personality. The counselors at UHart’s Center for Career Development are equipped with the tools and resources to help you explore your interests and relate them to an applicable profession.
Our assessment tools can help you determine the type of work and environment that are best suited for you by examining your skills and interests. Set up an appointment today to test yourself and meet with an advisor to create an action plan to reach your goals. Assessments include TypeFocus, Focus2, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Self-Directed Search, and Strong Interest Inventory.
Explore Career Paths
It is natural to feel uncertain about your major and career choices, especially if you are a new college student and have not yet experienced the variety of subjects and fields available to you. College is the perfect time for you to explore the many options that you have based on your interests and skills. To help you get started please visit O*Net Online, CareerOneStop, and Occupational Outlook Handbook. UHart’s career counselors are happy to help guide you.
Informational interviewing just means speaking with professionals who are currently working in a career, industry, or environment that interests you. Informational interviewing is a good option for students who are exploring majors and career paths, or new graduates seeking information about specific careers or career changes. UHart’s career counselors can connect you to professionals in your area of interest.