Below are a few career exploration resources to help in your career decision-making. You should also meet with a Career Counselor to discuss your potential career path. Call 245-1740 or stop by Biddle House to make an appointment.

CAREER EXPLORATION RESOURCES

Informational Interviews
An excellent tool for learning more about a particular career, you can set up Informational Interviews with anyone who works in your field of interest- alumni, family friends, or even community members. The Dickinson Alumni Group on LinkedIn is also a great source of contacts.  A counselor at the Center for Advising, Internships & Lifelong Career Development can help you develop potential contacts and help you prepare for these interviews.

Career Insider, powered by Vault
A comprehensive career library containing thousands of company profiles, detailed industry overviews, career advice articles, and downloadable career guides. 

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) provides information on job outlook, salaries, working conditions, training, and other career-related information for a multitude of professions. A hard copy of the OOH is also available in our resource library.

O*NET OnLine
O*Net OnLine provides information on specific occupations, including tasks, knowledge, skills, job outlook and salary information, as well as related careers using similar skill sets.