Exploring Careers

CES has a variety of resources available to assist you as you explore career options.

Explore "What can I do with a major in..." online, using CES Career Resource Library books, Career Cruising, or by meeting one-on-one with a career advisor.

Learn about career fields by attending CES events!

Talk with alums! Read about informational interviewing and search the ASK Network for alumni in career fields of interest to you.

Also, it may be helpful to "try out" various career options. Internships, volunteer experiences, campus activities, and related part-time and summer employment are great ways to do this. As an added bonus, you'll develop skills and experience to put on your resume!

Career Awareness Course (CRDV 203)

The Career Awareness Course is a .5 unit class that is offered fall and spring semesters. It is designed to take you through the career decision process and provide you with skills to market your liberal arts education.