Exploring Careers and Majors
Initial questions you may have are “what can I do with my major?” or “what can I do if I declare this major?” The Career and Internship Center inspires you to move beyond the language of academic majors to articulate industries (fields), job titles (functions), and eventually employers (firms), to maximize internship, job search and graduate school admissions success. Resources below help you define academic as well as career goals in ways that can be transformed into strategies and desired outcomes.
This resource can be particularly helpful when you are choosing a major or when you are looking for career fields/job titles that are related to your major.
The Liberal Arts Career Network provides profiles of 39 popular career fields for Liberal Arts graduates. The username is “lacn” (that’s a lowercase “L”) and the password is “2014c@reers″.
Included on the site is the complete Vault Guide Library, including ALL Vault Guide books, numerous occupational profiles and over thousands of company snapshots. Access through CareerLink.
This comprehensive resource is packed with information about careers in science, mathematics, engineering, computer science, and healthcare.
These are just some resources to get started. We encourage all students to attend our seminar series, visit the Career and Internship Center to utilize our resource library, and meet with a counselor.