Career Exploration

Campus resources

Career and Student Employment Services

  • FOCUS is a free career and education planning software tool for use by prospective and current students, parents and alumni. Through your responses to a series of questions, FOCUS will collect your information and provide results immediately. All FYE 2100 students must complete the FOCUS assessment.
  • Students can also make appointments with Career Counselors, find listings of on and off campus jobs and internships/co-ops and access many other career search resources.

University Counseling and Testing Center
Administers the Career Guidance Inventory and provides career counseling.

Additional resources

America's Career InfoNet
America’s Career InfoNet helps people make better, more informed career decisions. Check education, knowledge, skills and abilities, and licensing against requirements for most occupations. Search for employer contact information nationwide, cost of living data and call up state profiles with labor market conditions.

Job Hunt
A Meta-list of online Job-Search Resources and Services.

Jobs Web
Linking jobs, job seekers and job-search information.

JobStar Central
A public library sponsored guide for job seekers including information on resumes, cover letters, salary surveys and career selection.

Mapping your future
Contains information on financial strategies, career options and college planning. career advice
Job Profiles, Salary Center, Self-Assessment Center and Resume Center.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
A nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The handbook is revised every two years.

ZipRecruiter: Michigan career resources
A database with current job postings in Michigan. 

ZipRecruiter: Salary by major
A search engine that allows users to search salary information for various majors.