Finding Your Major
Are you undecided about your major? Career Services offers resources that can help you select your major and determine your career path.
Wondering what you can do with your major? Trying to decide which major is best for you? This tool is for you.
To take this assessment for FREE go to www.myplan.com
- Click on the Account tab and select Create Free Account
- Complete the required fields and enter the following license code: YSPFP9PK
This free test is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality.
Browse groups of similar occupations within a career path. If going through a career transition, explore occupations that need your experience and transferable skill set.
This resource describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
Keys for Career Exploration - Fall 2015
50-60% of college students will change their major. 40% of college graduates get to graduation day wishing they were earning a different degree. 65-85% of Americans dislike their job. Clearly, career dissatisfaction is a common issue. But there is an answer!
Cedarville University’s director of career services and a certified professional career coach, Jeff Reep, will discuss how students can engage in career exploration early and often. Without it, college freshmen choose majors based on vague ideas of future lifestyle, but no true knowledge of their options or of the ways God has equipped them to serve His purposes. A college education is a significant investment and selecting a major is a significant choice.