If you're unsure about your major, or are wondering what major and career is a good
fit for your interests, personality, values, and goals, contact ACES for an appointment
with a career counselor.
Career counselors are like a passenger in the car that you are driving. They help
you notice different paths to take, bumps in the road, or when to pull over to look
at a map in more detail. You are the driver in your “career car”. With this in mind,
career counselors do not tell you what to do. They assist you to clarify what you
most want in life so that you can find a career path that connects to who you are
as a person. You can read more about our mission here. Click on a box below to learn more about that step in the career counseling process.
Career Counseling Resources
- Candid Career: Find videos from current employees in industries from teaching to finance and beyond
about the realities of working and finding your career.
- Focus2Career: Take personality, values and interests assessments to discover what career fits
you the best. View this short video tour for more information on the Focus2Career app.
- O*Net Online: Detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, employers, HR
professionals, students, and researchers.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook: Find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for
hundreds of occupations.
- What Can I Do With This Major: Find information on what majors lead to different careers and tips on how to achieve
- Where Majors End Up:A visualization of what students do after graduation
- Career One-Stop: This Department of Labor website assists students in finding career, training, and
job search resources just for you.