You may know exactly what career you want to pursue when you graduate. Or you may be unsure about what career path to follow—or even what to major in.
Our Career Planning resources can help you create your own plan: from your studies here at UMass Dartmouth, to internships and experiences, to the career you want to have.
Remember: CDC Career Counselors are ready to meet with you for individual assistance. Contact us for an appointment.
TypeFocus is available to current students in the myUMassD portal
Increased self-awareness can help you pursue a satisfying career.
Learn more about your personality type with TypeFocus.
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Don't wait until your senior year to think about your professional development. Increase your prospects for success with a plan for success.
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Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the OOH profiles hundreds of occupations and describes what they do, how to prepare for those careers, employment projections, and more.
The O*NET database contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors and is the basis for Career Exploration Tools: a set of assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.
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