Figuring out what you want to do for your career is one of the
most critical steps in your career development process.
Answering these questions can help you figure out what type of
career will make you happy.
Answering these questions will help you narrow your focus and
prepare you for the next step in the process (exploring your
options) where you begin to match your preferences with the
availability of options in the marketplace.
Need some help with the process? The Career Resource Center is
pleased to make the following available to you:
- MyPlan - This assessment tool is offered through UB
Career Services and is free to undergraduate students. It is
most appropriate for freshmen and sophomores and all undecided
students. Find it in Bullseye/Handshake under
- This is an outstanding web-based self-assessment tool targeted
specifically to those seeking careers in
Interviewing - A valuable tool at several stages of your
career development process
- Completing one or more can help you identify areas of
Resource Library Materials [PDF] - Use the Student Resource
Room in the CRC (308 Alfiero) to access books, DVD's, career guides
and employer information including the book, What Color Is Your
Salary and Employment Statistics - Helps you to determine