Once you have completed a self-assessment, you will start to explore the jobs and career paths that fit your interests and abilities. In this step, you will Learn the connections between academic programs, experiential learning, previous professional experiences, and careers. At (CDC) you will find a variety of helpful offline and online resources and effective approaches to help you exploring and selecting your major and career options. Engage with multiple different ways to explore your major and to test and solidify your choice.
Some ways in which you can learn more about career exploration include:
- Use What Can I Do with This Major? to find valuable information on career options based on your major.
- Conduct informational Interviews in person, phone, or by email.
- Talk with professionals, academic advisors, professors and the CDC staff Through the Career Development Center’s Career Advisor Networks iCAN
- Take courses or workshops where transferable skills can be learned (i.e. computer skills, writing and speaking skills, foreign languages or leadership skills).
- Gain experience through Internships or the summer or during fall or spring semester.
- Job Shadowing for one to several days. Professionals enjoy sharing their expertise with people interested in the field.
- Take a variety of courses related to your interests
- Attend career fairs.
- Work or volunteer in a career area that interests you.
- Online and print publications O*Net OnLine and https://www.onetonline.org/
- Video library https://www.myplan.com/careers/video/library.php and https://www.morgan.edu/student_affairs/center_for_career_development/career_videos.html
For more information please contact CDC office
Telephone: (03) 4254319 – 4252058 – 468756 EXT: 3216
Mobile / Whatsapp: 01102020126
Address: Wabour El Mayah, behind Bab Sharki, Moharram Bey, Alexandria
Office working hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Friday, Saturday 2:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.