Have you been to the Career Center yet? If you can't make it in person, there are tons of resources on the Career Center's website. Explore majors and careers. Access local job information through Career Coach. There are also tools to help build your job seeking and interviewing skills.
Now that you have learned more about your career idol, it's time to research how you can follow in their footsteps. Researching your career is a very important step in understanding if your dream job is indeed the right fit for you. Start your research with the two databases: Ferguson's Career Guidance Center and eBook Central.
As its name suggests, Ferguson's Career Guidance Center offers guidance on various careers. The profession profiles provide information on education level, skill set, salary range, and more. Some features I really like about Ferguson's are the following:
Ebook Central is an ebook database. If you can't make it to the library and need a book as a source for your assignment, this is a great resource to use. With over 200,000 titles, Ebook Central includes books on jobs as wells arts and entertainment. Here are some tips for using Ebook Central: