The Career Services Office is dedicated to assisting students in creating, evaluating, and effectively implementing personal career goals. We provide many valuable services to help you prepare for a meaningful career.
Links to Career Guidance Tools
FOCUS Career Planning Tool
FOCUS is a computerized program available to Huntington University students that can help you assess your interests, work values, leisure time preferences, personality and life values.
What Can I Do With This Major?
This site helps you discover many college majors (not all of them are offered at Huntington University), areas of employment, employers, and strategies as to how one can move into a specific field.
Glassdoor is the largest career community in the world, offering an inside look at companies through reviews, salary information, and interview questions for over 280,000 companies. This information is particularly helpful for you when preparing for a job interview and making important career decisions. You can even apply to jobs and internships directly on Glassdoor.
CareerBliss is a free career community that empowers job seekers with jobs, reviews, and salary information along with hundreds of great career advice articles. CareerBliss was started in 2008 with the goal of providing transparency in the workplace, a transparency that effectively lets users find happiness in the workplace by getting an inside look at the reviews and salaries for over 100,000 employers. CareerBliss has been seen on About.com, Huffington Post, Forbes.com, AOL Jobs, Business Week, The Houston Chronicle, Seattle Pi, and thousands of other sites. They have found, along with Columbia University, MIT, Virginia Tech, and hundreds of other respected institutions, that students can get ahead in the workforce by utilizing the free tools CareerBliss provides.
Jobs Made Real
This site alllows you to explore what jobs are out there and see what people actually do in their jobs.
How To Become...Anything
This site that is full of tips and guides on how to become... anything! It's a great resource and starting-off point for people unsure of how to get started in a certain career.
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