Exploration is a critical component in the career search process. Identifying your values and interests can help you find a career area that is both rewarding and fulfilling.
The following links can assist you in finding your way through the career search process.
This plan outlines important career preparedness activities that can be accomplished while still in college.
The Career Services office offers career assessments designed to assist individuals in deciding on a major, career path or other vocational issues, and is available at no charge to Friends University students, alumni and staff.
If you are interested in utilizing a career assessment, click on the Career Assessments heading above or contact the Career Services office at 316-295-5885 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Career Services office works to assist Friends University students and alumni with exploring a variety of career options that will fit with their individual interests, abilities and values as they relate to their career path. Additional services that are provided in Career Services are listed below.
What Can I Do With This Major?
Explore multiple majors, search for information about your chosen field, and connect majors to careers at What Can I Do With This Major. You will also find information about the typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.