Career Counseling and Support Services
Career counseling and support services are here to help you identify your career interests, skills, and vocational preferences. We can help you explore personal concerns and develop a career pathway. Appointments with our psychologist or educators can be scheduled by phone at 330-287-1258 or visit us at Skou 128.
Web-based career resources:
- Career Information Network - America’s Career InfoNet can help students identify career options, includes videos with real-life employees on the job and career profiles.
- College Career Centers - provides information related to resume writing, cover letters, interview preparation tips and occupational statistics.
- O*Net - is the Occupational Information Network which offers information on hundreds of careers, including information on typical duties, tech
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - career and occupational profile
- My skills My Future - can assist students with prior job skills, internship, or volunteer positions identify comparable career options
- My Next Move - can help students to answer the question: What do you want to do for a living? Includes, career interest and skills analysis. Has built-in search feature to readily identify Bright Outlook careers (higher than average group growth predicted) and careers based on Green Technologies and Green workplace activities.
- Personality Pathways - can help students explore their personality type and its application to career pathways- free version of the Myers-Briggs (MBTI) Personality Type and Career Choice- Career Planning.
- Learn How to Become - provides detailed insight into 45 of today's most popular career fields, including accounting, engineering, medical assisting, nursing, firefighting, financial advising and teaching.