Help! I Need To Choose
Get Rid of "Major Myths" (PDF)
Many students feel that choosing a major means choosing a career for the rest of their lives . This is one of many "major myths." In reality,
choosing a major and choosing a career is NOT necessarily the same thing. (Read more . . .)
Career Information by Major
What Do You Enjoy Studying?
Answer a short list of questions that will help you identify areas of study that you fundamentally enjoy
Career Class: GS2001 - Major & Career Exploration
Explore major and career options through interactive exercises and self-exploration
in this 2 credit class taught by CCC career counselors
Take assessment tests to help clarify interests, skills, and values
Find detailed information about Washington careers, schools and training programs. Choose from multiple assessment tests, create a portfolio, research specific careers, discover helpful tools & resources and much more.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Site Key
The Occupational Information Network is a comprehensive database of worker attributes and job characteristics. Find in-depth information about jobs or use a list of your skills to find matching occupations.
Participate in internships to explore career fields, gain critical skills
specific to professional disciplines and increase your marketability
SPU Major Sheets: 2013-2014
SPU and Local Career Events
Regularly check the CCC Events page to look for information sessions, visiting employers, workshops and
other campus events that can help inform your major choice.