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Career Exploration

Discover who you are and where you are going.



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FOCUS Online Assessment - An online career assessment program designed to help you identify your interests, skills and values.


Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - The MBTI is a powerful tool that can help you better understand yourself particularly in work and personal situations.  Contact the Career Center to schedule an appointment to review your results.

The Strong Interest Inventory - The Strong Interest Inventory assessment helps you understand how to relate your interests to potential careers, your educational path and the world of work.   Contact the Career Center to schedule an appointment to review your results.


What can I do with this major?

What Can I Do with a Major In? - This resource provides a comprehensive list of majors, along with career-related positions and links to additional resources. 



U.S. bureau of Labor Statistics

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Produced by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this database allows you to learn more about careers by industry field.

Sokanu - The Sokanu career test is a 20 minute interest, personality, and preference assessment that measures you against over 100 traits and uses that data to accurately match you to over 800 careers.

Nextio - see where alumni of your major got their first job and where they’re working now, find out what it takes to land their dream job, get a complete list of companies that hire for the roles they’re interested in and more.


Conducting informational interviews can be a great way to learn more about a field.  Connect with professionals in the field at WSU networking nights.  You can also connect with family, friends, alumni, professors or internship/job supervisors for potential leads.  Be sure to also review our Career Plan Year by Year to help you make the most of your college years.