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Sophomore - Initial Information

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  • What can I do with this major? (page coming soon)
    A convenient webpage that helps you connect majors with careers. For each major that interests you, choose the PDF to find an outline of common career areas, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities.

    Sophomore Year Career Development Program
    • Build your resume through targeted work experience and assess skills.
    • Computerized career assessment using sigi.
    • Attend industry workshops on careers, work issues, or pre-employment skills.
    • Meet with a career counselor to review and update your career plan and portfolio.
    • Continue to clarify short and long term career goals by.
    • Schedule an appointment to take the myers briggs personality inventory for work style and understanding how you work with others.
    • Attend career fairs for employment opportunities
    • Schedule a meeting with a cooperative education coordinator to apply for a co-op position related to your career interest.
    • Use collegecentral, web listings, and career center job postings for employment opportunities.
    • Select three areas that you would like to improve related to academic or career interests and turn them into goals and activities.
    • Meet with your academic advisor to declare your major.
    Sophomore Year Workshops and Programs
    • Writing a career plan
    • What is a career portfolio?
    • Resume writing and interviewing skills workshops
    • Industry workshops
    • Cooperative education orientations
    • Early preparation for graduate school
    • Business etiquette
    • Time management
     
    All programs and services are held in the career center unless otherwise indicated.