Career Advising & Exploration
Are you asking yourself any of the following questions:
- Somehow I've veered off the career path I'd planned. How do I get back on track?
- I thought I'd love doing research. I've found I'm more of a people-person. How can I combine my experience and need for more interaction into a new career?
- I've worked for the same company for 5 years and have gone as far as I can go. I need to update my resume and examine the job market. Where do I begin?
- I moved from Pittsburgh to climb the career ladder but now I'd like to move back home again. How can you help me?
If you identified with any of the above questions, then the Career Services Center can help you! You should meet with your Career Counselor to discuss your interests and future plans. In addition, the Strong Interest Inventory® and Myers Briggs Type Indicator®, career assessment tools, are available to help you identify career path options most appropriate for you.
Additionally, we have an extensive Resource Library which includes books such as The Enhanced Guide for Occupational Exploration and Self-Assessment and Career Development. Please stop in the Career Services Center during office hours to browse through the books and additional resources that are available to Duquesne alumni. We also recommend using the Internet for research.
As always, if you have any questions or need additional help, please contact our office at 412.396.6644.