Major and Career Discovery

This is not something you do as you approach graduation.  It’s something you work on during your entire college career!

  • Define Yourself – this is where you are able to explore your interests, skills that you possess and the values that define you.
  • Seek Options – Are you in the correct major?  What careers and pathways are out there that interest you?  Now’s the time to delve a bit deeper into your future plans.
  • Develop Expertise – Employers hire people who can describe their experiences, have relevant experience through activities such as Internships, Study Away, and involvement with Clubs and Organizations.
  • Engage in your Search - Do you have your job search tools ready?  Get help on the search process, work on your interviewing and resume, find industries and employers to apply to and consider graduate school.

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Patrick Kilcoyne

Patrick Kilcoyne

October 4th, 2010 by Peter

Summer 2010
Graphic Design
Curley Direct, South Yarmouth, MA

Contact Us

Contact Us

Hours: Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Garden Level of Mary Lyon Hall

career.services@plymouth.edu
(603) 535-2336

James Kuras,
Career Services Manager

Peter Laufenberg
Internship Manager

Stephanie Messina,
Career Services Graduate Assistant

Jessie DeBow,
Program Support Specialist