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Self Exploration

Use this information and these resources to decide what you really want to be when you grow up.

Career Planning Guide - Don't know where to start? Read this guide to help you begin the process of career planning.

Career Advising - Meet with your Career Coach to discuss your skills, interests, and values, choice of major and how this translates into a professional career designed just for you.

Career Assessments - Take the MBTI or the Strong to learn more about how your personality and your interests fit into the world of work.

What Can You Do with a Major In - A series of publications offering academic and career related information about each undergraduate major offered at UofL.

Academic Advising Resources - Find information about academic advising at UofL and how you get connected.

Cards CareerLink - The online job database used by the UofL Career Development Center to advertise on-campus part-time jobs, federal work study positions on-campus, off-campus part-time jobs , internships, cooperative education opportunities and full-time career positions.

Cards Mentor Network - Your lifeline in the world of work. Mentors can serve as a sounding board to vent your struggles and great advice givers to help you through the unknown. They can also serve as great networking partners with the connections necessary to help you open doors.

CareerOneStop - An excellent on-line resource made available by the Bureau of Labor to assist college students with their career planning.

Stages of Career Planning- Preparing to manage your career after graduation starts your freshman year in college. Review this four step career plan for some helpful suggestions on how to merge your academic and career plans so they equal career success upon graduation.


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