Many students attend college without a particular major in mind. If you are one of these "deciding" students, advisors are available to assist you in the career decision-making process by helping you:
- Explore and clarify your interests, values, abilities and experiences
- Administer and interpret interest inventories and indicators including the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory
- Acquire more information about the World of Work
- Identify your strengths and assets
- Provide career and occupational information and resources
- Learn more about the decision-making process
It is important to understand that no one person or resource can predict your future career or major, but with professional guidance and personal commitment, you can take charge of your career direction.
Schedule an appointment to meet with an advisor to learn more about the career decision-making process.
We encourage you to start your exploration process by first taking some: Career Self-Assessments
Gathering information about potential career paths is important to decision making as well, visit this page to review: Career Information
For an even more personalized search and assessment in one, check out Sauk's specific career tool: Career Cruising