Three Questions to Ask Yourself
Ask yourself these questions: Who am I? Where do I want to go? How do I get there? These three questions can help you focus on where you need to start in the career exploration process, and decide the steps you need to take next.
Who are you, really? What are your strengths? What inspires you, or excites you? These are all key questions in finding out who you are and what is important to you before researching careers.
Do You Know Your Skill Set?
A skill set is defined as the skills needed to accomplish a specific task or perform a given function. When you identify and understand your skill set, you open up a whole new world of job opportunities and career possibilities.
What Are Informational Interviews - and Why Should You Do Them?
If you’re looking to change careers, you’ve probably done your research, but if that research hasn’t included informational interviews, it’s incomplete. Informational interviews can give you the clearest indication that the job is a good match for you.
Start Your Own Business
You may have a passion or hobby that could blossom into a business of your own. Learn more about business start up basics.
Create Your Professional Development Plan
Whether you’re looking to progress in a particular position, or focus in on your goals for a new one, a professional development plan can help you chart your course.
What Are Green Jobs?
If you care about the environment, there are “green jobs” that merge your environmental concerns with your job skills and interests. Learn about jobs that are good for the environment – and you.