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Q: How should I pick a career?

Internships

Internships may require you work for free, but the experience is priceless. Make sure you pick an internship that suits your major and personality. Keep in mind you will be working with these people. Keep your portfolio up-to-date by adding all new projects you work on.

GCareer Tests

Unsure about what type of career you would like to pursue, or would be good at? Take a career test to find out. They are simple and you can usually take them right on campus. Just keep in mind, career test are just a stepping stone. Once you narrow down your career choices, you should continue to do research about those careers.

Develop Personality Traits as well as Career Traits

In developing your personality, you will find that your various personal traits will almost lend themselves to a major as well as a career. What we are saying is stick to what you know and like.

Resumes

Before searching for a career or internship, you will need to have an updated and well written resume. Your resume should provide future employers with information about your academic and employment background, major, degrees, strengths, etc. Many programs, such as Microsoft Word, provide resume templates. You can also find hundreds of templates online. Make sure your resume is free of grammatical and spelling errors. Also, you may want to include a cover letter with information about yourself and your interest in the position.

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