What about after graduation?

Your educational goals should start with the type of job you would like to hold after graduation. The Career and Guidance Center is here to help you explore your interests and provide you with career suggestions.

Once you've found the career field you're interested in, we'll connect you to a degree program that supports your goals, provide you with resources, help you build a resume, and prepare for job interviews.

Get Started by Discovering Your Interests with Career Coach

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Take the Career Assessment

Discover careers that match your interests and get data on wages, required education, and more.

Explore Your Interests


Get Connected with an Advisor

Advisors can help you align your career goals with a degree program that will take you further.

Get Connected


Determine Your Next Steps

Connect with the transfer center or find resources to prepare to enter the workforce.

Plan Your Future

Step One


Discover your interests and explore your career options

If you are still trying to figure out what careers best match your interest and goals, completing the career assessment on Career Coach can help.

The career assessment helps you learn about yourself and suggests careers that match your interests. It also provides you with information about wages, employment, and more so you can be confident in the decisions you make.

Step 1: Create a profile on Career Coach

Creating a profile on career coach allows you to return to Career Coach later and review your career assessment, review what you’ve favorited, and even create and store resumes.

Create Your Profile

Step 2: Complete the Assessment

We recommend you take the detailed assessment to ensure the most accurate results, but if you’re short on time, the quick assessment works just as well.

Take the Assessmenet



Together, let’s plan your future

Once you’ve completed your assessment, you’ll have the opportunity to explore suggested careers and print your results. We recommend visiting with an advisor or the Career Coordinator to learn how those careers align with academic different programs.

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Visit with an
advisor in-person

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Connect with an
advisor online

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Schedule a visit with
the Career Coordinator

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Let us help you get the job

Whether you’re ready to go jump into a high-skill, high-wage job, or transfer to a four-year university, we’re here to offer the support you need to meet your goals. If you plan on entering the workforce after you complete your studies, check out the resources below to learn more about building your resume or scheduling a mock interview.

If your next step includes transferring to a university, visit theTransfer Center page了解更多关于选择学校,requi什么red, and how to get the process started.

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Find help with your resume, cover, and thank you letters

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Schedule a mock interview
or an interview prep session

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Check out our career resources
and recommended articles

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Interested in becoming a Student Worker?

Taking a position as a student worker during the academic year as is a great way to earn extra money around your class schedule, build a professional network, and gain valuable job experience that can transfer into your desired career goals.

Learn more about applying to become a student worker

Contact the Career and Guidance Center

LaTanya Graham, MBA
Career and Academic Advisor

Jeff English

Jeff English, MS
Career Services Coordinator

Trina Umadhay, J.D

Trina Umadhay, J.D.
Senior AOA - Placement

Arnold Ramirez, Director of Counseling and Testing

Arnold Ramirez
Director, Counseling and Testing