Following a career path is a critical part of your personal and academic decisions. Our professional counselors can assist you with a variety of career decision-making methods including:
- career decision-making strategies
- choosing a major
- career workshops
Career Cruising is a web-based search program that assists in career exploration through assessments, videos, and a college finder tool. Once you discover what your preferred interest areas are, you can begin exploring career options and college programs that are the best fit for you.
- Learn more about your skills, abilities, learning styles, and careers that suit your interest.
- Search for careers and find out what they are really like through videos and photos.
- Find out where to get the education you need to start your career.
- Strengthen your job search skills and find actual job postings.
Contact the Career Services Center for a User ID and password to log-in to Career Cruising. Once you log-in with the User ID and password provided, you can create a password of your choosing.
Self-Directed Search (SDS)
The Self-Directed Search, offered in the Career Services Center by appointment, is an assessment based on six different interest areas and relates these interest areas to career fields. Once you discover what your preferred interest areas are, you can begin exploring career options that are the best fit for you.
Contact the Career Services Center for a User ID and password to log-in to Self-Directed Search.
Career Coach is designed to help you explore careers by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training that Hawkeye provides.
i have a plan Iowa will help you explore careers, colleges and universities, plan your coursework, apply for admission, and search for financial aid.
MBTI Myers-Briggs Type Inventory will help you explore careers through a personality/career inventory. Contact Student Services for access codes.
Career Services Center
Bremer Hall 102
Regular Hours—Fall 2016