To know where you're going, it's often best to stop and think about who you want to be. It's OK not to have all of the answers! Consider the resources listed below if you are someone who does not yet know what the future holds:
O*NET: Research occupations online using O*NET (online occupational information). It's an incredible resource that provides career titles and descriptions, education requirements, potential salary, and related occupations.
MyPlan.com: It can help you decide on choosing a major, figure out your career options, or even help you make a career transition. You will have fun exploring this site and it's a ton of information. Instructions:
- Click on MyPlan.com to get to our "landing page"
- Click on Create Free Account
- Complete information on the Registration Page
- Once you hit submit, you will need our License # on the the final Registration Page: Q6V2ZTFG
- Explore the site and contact us regarding results
FOCUS-2®: This is a self-paced career guidance tool that assists students and alumni in making decisions related to major and/or career choices through self-assessment and occupational exploration. Think of it as "career test" but there's no way to fail. You will have the opportunity to explore your interests, skills, leisure activities, values, and personality. The Access ID is: rams
Please also consider the following resources:
Major Exploration... this link will bring you to an excellent resource from the University of Tennesse Knoxville. Click on your major and discover your career options!
Careers Database available through our very own Henry Whittemore Library.
CityTownInfo.com provides comparative information about local U.S. communities, careers, and colleges. The site contains over 50,000 pages of information including statistics, articles, and user-provided information.
ALMIS State Projections provides information for occupational employment growth, state by state.
What can I do with a major in... The University of North Carolina Wilmington has a great resource linking career options with specific majors. Although their major and concentration offerings are not exactly the same as Framingham State, this site is an excellent resource to help you generate ideas.
My Majors.com This is a website with an organization mission of helping students identify a major that leads to the best "fit". Check out their resources.