With so many career options, it may seem almost impossible to decide what to do after you graduate.
Whether you are considering graduate school or planning to enter the work force immediately upon graduating, you can start the process by following the steps outlined below. The earlier you assess your skills and interests and how they relate to specific careers, the easier it will be for you to find a great position.
Make A Plan: Take a look at our Game Plan for Success which outlines steps you can take each year to help prepare for a successful professional career.
Assess Your Skills: Employers need to know if you have the skills required to perform a job well. You need to know your skills so that you find a position, and career, that is well suited to your abilities. By assessing your skills, you'll know what you have to offer an employer--and which careers could be a good fit for you.
Research Your Career Options: One of the best ways to define your career goals is by learning about the kinds of companies and positions that seek someone with your interests, skills and experiences. There are many ways to learn about companies and positions, including: