Plan your career with interest assessments and career related websites.
Exploring careers is more than just choosing a program or major. Saint Paul College provides a variety of planning resources to help you be successful in career and academic planning,
Career Exploration options include:
- Go Anywhere Career Exploration workshop every Tuesday 11:30-12:30 in Room 2340. An introduction to on-line career planning resources to help you choose a career and a program at Saint Paul College
- Choosing Your Career Path, 1-credit elective course (CSCR 1403) focuses on career planning, decision-making process and goal setting strategies to determine a career choice
- On-line interest assessments and career exploration websites:
CareerWise: Minnesota State’s career, education and job resource. Includes interest and skills assessments, career pathways, employment outlook and salary ranges
Career Clusters: Use to organize your search for potential careers
O*NET: A career exploration and job analysis job sponsored by the US Department of Labor and the Employment & Training Administration
Minnesota Career Information System: Information about careers, education planning and interest assessments. Includes features to help you create goals and plan your education.
Construction Careers: Build your career through a registered apprenticeship program
- Meet with Career Services Staff. Arrange a meeting time by calling 651.846.1384
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