Career and Major Exploration

Career and major exploration translates into doing research about yourself and relating that information to careers, majors, and industries. Starting your first semester, you can take steps to help you through the process. If you need help along the way, the Career Center is here!

1: Self-Discovery

Find the Assessment that's Right for You

  • Interests
  • Skills
  • Personality
  • Values




2: Career Exploration

Find Career Exploration Resources


3: Skill Development

Find the Skills Employers Want

  • Take Classes
  • Intern
  • Join Clubs
  • Volunteer
  • Job Shadow
  • Work




4: Job Search

Find Opportunities on Titan Connection

  • Ask Alumni for Advice
  • Research Jobs Target Companies
  • Write Your Resume
  • Write Your Cover Letter
  • Apply
  • Interview
  • Negotiate Offer 




What Can I do With This Major Database

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Major exploration resource linking majors to:

  • Common Career Areas
  • Typical Employers
  • Strategies to Maximize Opportunities

EUREKA Career  Database


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California specific career exploration database to:

  • Research Careers
  • Take Career Assessments
  • Search for Graduate Schools

Ferguson's Career Guidance Center



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Career research database featuring:

  • Career Interest Assessment
  • Occupational and Industry Profiles
  • Job Listings

O'Net Online


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Occupational Information

  • Almost 1000 occupations covering entier U.S. economy