Student Career Counseling
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Programs staffed by on-campus career counselors who provide advice and guidance that helps high school students, undergraduates, graduate students and sometimes alumni explore career options and make good career-related decisions. Career counselors support young people in gaining a better understanding of what really matters to them and, in many settings, can work with academic counselors to ensure that the course of studies they select supports their long range career goals. Career counselors can help clients develop strategies and skills in exploring career options, evaluate career values and create a career path; and later, many can help students who are ready to launch a career identify and apply for jobs, network, interview and create a balance between work and a personal life.
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