After identifying the career that's right for you, find a way to experience what it is like to actually work in that field.
- Talk to academic advisors and instructors to see if there are current or summer job openings you might be eligible for.
- Investigate internships and/or cooperative-learning work experience opportunities.
- Visit the Financial Aid office to inquire about work study jobs available on campus in your desired field.
- Work in the community to set up informational interviews.
- Network with friends, neighbors, community professionals, and mentors.
- Try to initiate job shadow opportunities or interview people employed in the career you're interested in.
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- Make a plan to get the education you'll need for your career.