Career Exploration & Planning

Are you curious about which career path is the right fit for you?

Our Career Exploration and Planning services are designed to guide you using comprehensive career inventories and assessments to uncover your strengths, interests, and opportunities. Discover your potential and take the first steps toward a fulfilling and successful career. Explore our tools, connect with our Career Advisors, and let's build your future together.

Discover your Future

Engaging in career exploration and planning will help you discover the following:

  • Personal Growth: Gain a deeper understanding of your strengths, interests, and goals.
  • Informed Decisions: Make well-informed choices about your academic and career paths.
  • Career Readiness: Develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the workforce.
  • Opportunity Awareness: Explore diverse career options and discover new opportunities.
  • Increased Confidence: Boost your confidence by having a clear career plan in place.

Career Coach

Having a clear career vision increases your likelihood of completing your program on time and achieving success in your career.

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Explore your career interest by taking the Career Coach inventory to gain insight into the following categories:

  • Personalized Exploration: Discover majors tailored to your interests.
  • In-Demand Careers: Uncover career paths that are currently in high demand.
  • Educational Guidance: Receive recommendations for educational programs aligned with your interests.
  • Career Matching: Find careers that match your personal passions and skills.

How Do I Use Career Coach?

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  1. Take the online Career Coach inventory to discover your interests and preferences that can provide career suggestions tailored to your interests.
  2. Browse or search for careers and the site will provide relevant data on wages, employment, and any training needed.
  3. Browse available programs at MCC leading to the career you want.

Additional Resources

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O*Net serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.

What Can I Do With A Major In...?

100 major profiles with information on common career paths, types of employers that hire in the field, and strategies to maximize opportunities.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Information for hundreds of types of jobs: training and education needed, expected job prospects, what workers do, and working conditions.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Economic news and labor market information, career publications include the Occupational Outlook Quarterly and Career Guide to Industries