Student Services

Explore Careers

Where am I going?
Explore careers and the education needed to support them using the Career Resource Center’s online resources and tools.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Research job details including: education/preparation needed, pay and job demand.

O*NET Resource
Research job details including: education/preparation needed, pay and job demand.

CareerSpots Videos
View 3 minute informational videos about job search techniques and internship benefits. Choose from a variety of career topics.

What Can I Do With This Major?
Learn about jobs that relate to specific academic Areas of Interest.

Vocational Biographies
Learn about real life experiences in specific careers.

Career Coach
Search the local job market and find specific salary data for this area.

Salary.com
Explore national and local markets for a broad range of wage information.

Florida Shines
Florida Shines - Florida's student hub of innovative educational services.

Career classes are also a resource available to help you learn about yourself and explore career options: 

Career Explorations – SLS 1301 (3 credit hours – A.A.) Recommended for undecided and re-entry students.  Is designed to help individuals gain the personal skills and knowledge required to make realistic academic and career decisions.

Career Planning – SLS 1300 (1 credit hour - A.A.) Assists student in identifying aptitudes, interest, and values as related to career decision making.

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