Still Deciding

Career Interest Cluster

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Overview

Exploring majors and careers is an important part of the career development process that includes assessing yourself and gaining experiences to help build confidence in decision-making.

Explore the Still Deciding Cluster

Career Planning Process

Explore Career Interest Clusters

Career Roadmap (4-year guide)

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Career Development Video Playlists
REFLECTION JOURNALING:
Many people find journal writing to be an effective way to gain career clarity. Follow the prompts for the these jounraling journeys - do one, do all! Each journy has a list of questions to write about followed by questions to reflect on what insights you may have gained.
Achievement - Create new goals.
Humanitarian - Make a difference in the world.
Self-Discovery - Explore your interests and passions.
Self-Improvement - Explore strategies to move forward.
Destination - Find your life's true purpose and calling.

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Focus2: A self-paced career tool designed to help you select the right major, clarify your career goals, and provide you with valuable occupation information. It includes self-assessment quizzes, online research links, career planning, and options to compare multiple careers.

  • Go to - http://bit.ly/Focus2Gustavus
  • Select the Blue Register button
  • Enter your information along with the access code: gusties
  • Returning users simply log in with user name and password

Strategies to Increase Self-Awareness

Strategies to Increase Career Knowledge

Strategies to Increase Confidence in Career Decision Making 

More Than 20 Ways to Find a Job There are things you can do while in college to set yourself up for career success - starting now!

Track Your Progress

Career Planning Tracking Sheet Store results of your assessments, keep lists of positions, employers, and contacts and more! This is a tool for your use!

Career Readiness Competencies Tracking Sheet The world expects all college graduates to provide specific stories and examples of the level of their career readiness competencies, this is tool to do that! The competencies expected are: critical thinking/problem solving, oral/written communication, collaboration/teamwork, leadership, work ethic/professionalism, career management, cultural/global fluencey. 

Grad/Professional Search Spreadsheet This may be off in the future, but this tool helps you to keep track of your post Gustavus educational plans.

Explore Careers and Majors

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Contact
 

Cynthia Favre

Director Vocation and Career Readiness Programs and Still Deciding Cluster

To meet with a Cynthia or other Career Development Specialists log into Handshake or call 507-933-7575 or email career@gustavus.edu 

If you are interested in information about the Still Deciding cluster, choose this cluster in Handshake to receive notifications related to opportunities, events, and more.

Not sure how to select a Career Interest Cluster in Handshake? Click herehere for a short tutorial.


Updated 7/29/2019 CF