Learn About Yourself
Jump start your career development by first learning more about yourself – interests, strengths, skills, values and personality. Meet with a career coach to discuss the results before selecting a major or concentration.
- O*Net Interest Profiler
- O*Net Work Importance Profiler
- CareerOneStop Skills Profiler
- College Foundation of North Carolina – offers an interest profiler, career cluster survey, skills survey, work values sorter, and ability profiler
Learn About Careers
Understanding career options is an important part of individual career development and lifelong career happiness. Broaden your understanding of careers and the skills and abilities needed for each.
One of the best ways to get real, meaningful career information is to hear it from someone who does it as their job. Meet with a career coach to discuss information interviewing and how to get started.
According to the site, MyPlan.com helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers. Look up accounting, business administration, and economics career options in the What Can I Do With a Major In. . .? section. As always, talk with your career coach to discuss what you have learned.
Vault is the world’s leading resource of career intelligence and makes it infinitely easier and more efficient to research industries, employers and professions. Use it to learn more about accounting, banking, consulting, and hundreds of other career paths. Download career and interviewing guides for advertising, finance, IT, investment banking, law and many more. Review Vault’s extensive research and rankings on thousands of top employers and hundreds of internship programs where you will find their rankings of the best internships in accounting, consulting, financial services, technology, and more.
Career Development Resources
Mastering the job and internship search process can be complicated and overwhelming, but can lead to great satisfaction when you land that perfect career opportunity. Use these resources to become a savvy job seeker.
Virtual Career Center
The virtual career center provides detailed information to support all of your career development needs from start to finish. Browse videos, infographics, articles and more. Topics range from career exploration to mastering the interview to negotiating a salary. Access the Virtual Career Center in the projects tab from your Wolfware account.
Career Resources Guide
Given to each Poole student upon arrival, the Career Resources Guide is a comprehensive resource packed with easy to read information on career preparation topics such as writing resumes and cover letters, interviewing, networking, interview preparation, making the most of a career fair, dining etiquette, and more. We call it our career prep play book. Stop by the Office of Undergraduate Programs to get your paper copy.