Career counseling is a process by which students undergo exploration of self and of the world of work in order to make an informed decision regarding their career paths and/or choice of major. The career counseling process includes sessions with a career counselor and may include the following additional tools, depending on individual needs:
- Strong Interest Inventory
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
- Internet and computer resources
- Use of the Career Resource Library
If you are a student in the Student Success Program (SSP) and would like to learn more about career counseling, or to make an appointment, contact the office manager at 773-298-3342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not an SSP student, please contact Career Services at 773-298-3131.
Career counseling related links are available on the Career Services Web site.