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Student Services

Career Education

Students can meet with Career Educators to discuss their career options or take advantage of the number of other resources available.

The Career Resource Center and Library in College Hall 151 on the Toledo-area Campus and the Career Resource area on the Findlay-area Campus contains various printed and computer resources such as Vocational Biographies, the Chronicle Occupational Briefs, Encyclopedia of Careers, videos and DISCOVER software.

DISCOVER is a computer software package that contains career information and a guidance system to take students step-by-step through the career decision-making process. Students may use the system to find updated information on 2- or 4-year colleges, graduate programs of study and details on careers of interest. Students should make an appointment to use DISCOVER.

Career Assessments such as the Strong Interest Survey, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the Self-Directed Search and other similar instruments are used to help students understand themselves in relation to career decisions. A Career Educator will recommend which Career Assessments are best. Students should make an appointment to begin the process.

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