Many students struggle with choosing a course of study or career path. Career Services can help with your decision!
The first step is to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced career counselors who will help you explore options.
Career Counseling and Assessment
Choosing a career is an important life-decision that will influence your feelings of fulfillment and happiness.
Career Services encourages you to take this decision seriously by exploring your strengths, skills, values, areas of interest, and academic or career goals. Take a few assessments and meet with a career counselor who will help you through this process of exploration.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
The MBTI personality inventory helps you identify career options and work environments that might be a good fit, based on your personality type. The assessment takes approximately 15-25 minutes to complete. This assessment costs $15.
Strong Interest Inventory
The Strong Interest Inventory is designed to identify career-related interests and devise strategies for conducting career research. This assessment takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete. This assessment costs $15.
Identify Values and Motivated Skills
How do your values fit in the workplace? What skills do you have that serve as your strengths?
A career counselor can help to identify values and transferable skills that are important to you and your career satisfaction and success.
Learn more and schedule an appointment with a career counselor at the Boulder County Campus at (303) 678-3641.
Job Search Assistance
Whether you are applying for a job or internship, Career Services is here to help! A career counselor will help you in each of the following areas:
- Career and labor market information
- Resume and cover letter critiques
- Valuable job-search strategies including informational interviewing, job shadowing and networking
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See Jobs and Internship Listings on Front Range Connect.
– Find out what skills, knowledge, and abilities are required for
certain occupations. You can also learn about wage information and
America's Career InfoNET – Learn industry information and wage and employment trends across the country and by state.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – Gather detailed information about the educational requirements of careers and much more.
What Can I Do With This Major? – Learn about common career opportunities for various college majors.
College in Colorado – Take a variety of self-assessments, including My Interest Finder, My Work Values Finder, and Work Skills Profiler.
Adams County Workforce - Take free classes on computer skills, job searches, career assessments, résumé writing and interview skills.