What should I be when I grow up? This question, or some variation, is often asked by college students when exploring career options. The major source of the answer is found through self-assessment and career exploration - basically learning about oneself and the world of work and then making an informed career decision. Students who understand their interests, values, skills, strengths, and weaknesses are better able to successfully enter the workforce.
Choices online career development program provides you with a meaningful plan to succeed in a world of career transitions. You are able to compare, connect, and choose from a vast network of work and education options. Validated assessments enhance self-awareness, helping you make more informed decisions, while tools for résumé writing, interview practice, and job search activities help you prepare for the next career transition. All work and plans are automatically saved in the "Your Portfolio" area of the program. The Choices program is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Contact Kanya Allen, Career and Transfer Services Coordinator, for more information and to sign up for a Choices account.
Kanya Allen, Coordinator of Career and Transfer Services
Office: Hopkinsville Campus, Technology Center, Room 204