Career Counseling Services

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Many students are undecided about their career plans or which academic program to pursue. Counselors can assist students in career decision-making, including strategies to explore interests, values, skills, personality, and life circumstances and how they relate to a student’s career choices. Career counseling differs from the Career Services and Industry Partnerships Center at Century, which focuses on the employment-seeking process (e.g., resume development, interviewing skills) and work experience (e.g., internships).

Career Counseling Services include:

  • Career counseling to discuss career exploration or changes
  • Professional career assessment interpretation, such as the Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  • Application of other assessments to explore personality, interests, values, skills, and decision-making
  • Assistance with choosing an appropriate major or program of study
  • Workshops and other groups related to career development

To learn more about our services, please view Personal and Career Counseling Services.