- 1. Learn about yourself
It is important to understand your skills, values and interests, both for developing a career plan and for presenting yourself in an interview. CSC provides several assessment tools to assist you.
- 2. Explore Careers
Use your knowledge of yourself to explore careers of potential interest for you. Get information such as position descriptions, workplace settings, salary, job outlook, required skills, education, etc. Check out jobs that go with each of the majors in the Bryan School.
- - Accounting
- - Business Administration
- - Consumer Apparel Retail Studies
- - Economics
- - Entreprenuership
- - Finance
- - Hospitality and Tourism Management
- - Information Systems and Operations Management
- - International Business
- - Marketing
- 3. Get information
Consider identifying someone who is a professional in a career field of interest for you and doing an informational interview with them.
- 4. Network
Build and create connections to others because people tend to hire people they know! Prepare now and you’ll gain invaluable experience, opportunities and insight into your future career(s).
- 5. Try out your options—Do an internship
- 6. Do the Job Search— Prepare for your job search by developing your resume, cover letter and network. Then also check out these links for employer information and potential job postings.
- 1. Networking is the #1 way to find jobs.
- 2. Searching for a job entails more than sitting behind a computer and sending out hundreds of resumes to companies. It's important to develop a strategic job search plan so you make the best use of your time and resources. For assistance with developing a strategic job search plan, please contact our office at 334-9815 to schedule an appointment with a career counselor.