Find Your Career Path
Visit O*NET to gather information on different careers and to see if they are a good fit for you.
Use the keyword search box at the top right to search careers by title. Use the advanced search page to look for occupations by interest area identified by the Strong Interest Inventory.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook for information on different types of jobs, including what you would do on the job,median pay, and at what rate the career is growing.
Use the “Search Handbook” box on the top right, or use the "Occupation Groups" index on the left to browse lists of similar occupations.
View college overall perforamnce data for colleges in the United States at CollegeMeasures.org. Performance measures include, Graduation Rate, First-Year Retnetion Rate, Cost per Student, Cost per Degree, Cost of Attrition, Student Loan Default Rate, and Ratio of Student Loan Payments to Earnings per Recent Graduates.
Talk to a Career Counselor
Remember, your future career may be unique enough to not be profiled on a federal database, or may not even exist yet. Talk to one of our Career Counselors who can help you one-on-one to find your direction and appropriate career path.
Call for an individual appointment, 970-351-2127, or stop by our office in the University Center Mon-Fri 12:00-3:00pm during our Drop-In hours for a 15 minute appointment.
Informational Interviews are conversations with individuals who work for the programs, jobs, or organizations in which you are interested. Informational Interviews help you:
- Gather information about an organization, job, and related professional concerns
- Confirm your understanding of the requirements and daily operations of the job and organization
- Learn about the professional language and culture of the job and organization
- Create contacts and build relationships with people in your career field
- Learn to present yourself more effectively in future job interviews
- Gain self-confidence
To further discuss Informational Interviews or to gain assistance in setting up, preparing for, and completing an Informational Interview, set up an appointment with a Career Counselor by calling Career Services at 970-351-2127.