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Career Exploration is something you can do starting as a first-year student. The process of career exploration connects who you are as a person with meaningful career options that align with your values, interests, personality, skills, strengths and motivations.

You don’t need to figure out the rest of your life today! In fact, most of us figure things out by living and doing. Paying attention to what makes you come alive. Learning with intention. Being curious about yourself and the world around you. Trying things to see if they work. The journey of career exploration can be a well-informed, fun and interesting process in which you are actively engaged starting your freshman year.

Get started on this process now, so when you graduate, you’ll have some solid ideas about who you are, where you’re going and how you’ll get there.

Who Am I?
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Tools and activities to begin identifying your values, interests, personality, skills, strengths, and what brings you meaning and motivation.

Self Exploration
Where Am I Going?
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Resources for exploring major and career options.

Career Exploration Resources
How Do I Get There?
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Take action on pursuing experiences related to what is important to you.

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