Understanding your skills, interests, values, and personality is an essential step toward finding satisfying work. Meet with a career advisor to discuss careers that interest you and discern your ideal work environments. With this knowledge in mind, advisors can help you research career paths and employers and set goals for moving forward.
- Focus 2 - Self-paced, online career guidance tool offered by the Tufts Career Center. Use access code: jumbo
- Franklin Covey Mission Statement Builder - An exercise to add focus, direction, and a sense of purpose to your daily decisions
- What Color is Your Parachute? - Companion piece to the best-selling career book in the world; includes information for career changers
- Skills Center - Profiler allows you to build a list of skills, identify occupations that require your skills, and identify any gaps in skills and/or education for particular occupations
- What's Your Skillset - Free registration gives you access to What’s Your Skillset, located through in the Assessments link.
- Career Assessment Exercises - A variety of self-inventories, ranging from telling your story to defining core competencies and goal setting.
Contact us to ask about the Strong Inventory or Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), two assessments offered by Alumni Career Services.
Tufts Career Networking Group on LinkedIn: Talk to fellow alumni about their academic and career experiences and get advice for your career
What Can I Do With This Major?: Career paths organized by major, including sample employers and strategies for pursuing particular fields
O*Net OnLine: U.S. Department of Labor database of occupations
ASAE Directories : Locate professional associations within your field of interest