Hamline UniversityCareer Development Center1536 Hewitt AvenueMS-B1802Saint Paul, MN 55104
Phone: 651-523-2302Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Location:Drew Science, 113
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m - 5 p.m.
Drop-In Hours: Tuesdays: 10 - 11:30 a.m.Wednesdays: 3 - 4:30 p.m.
Note: Drop-in hours are reserved for Undergraduate students only.
Major and career decisions are achieved through ongoing experience and reflection. Understanding yourself, your interests, values, skills and personality style will help you tremendously in your career search. The following resources are available to you in addition to individual assistance.
Information about career paths, transferable skills, and relevant organizations that relate to each major offered at Hamline. The major binders are available in the the CDC library. The handouts are available for download from "CDC Document Library" in Hamline Career Link.
We offer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Strong Interest Inventory to students free of charge. Learning more about your personality and interests is often a good place to start the career and major exploration process. Talk to a career counselor if you are interested.
Bridges Scholars: Discover Your Vocation (GSTD 1400) is a 4-credit class that engages students in career and vocational exploration and planning. You will engage in the ongoing process of exploration and decision-making around question, "What will I do with my life?"
Piper to Professional: Essential Skills for Career Success (GSTD 3010) is a 4-credit course designed to help Hamline students develop their personal brand and learn how to market their skills to potential employers. This is a great course to take after you've done some initial exploration that will help you polish your professional skills.
Major Decisions Fair (MDF) is an event for students who are undecided about a major or who are uncertain about how they might apply their major in a future career. You will have an opportunity to hear from Hamline alumni, faculty, and decided students about what drew them to their particular area of study.
Our library has a number of resources to aid you with career exploration and a variety of post-graduation paths. There are specific sections for specialized career areas, entrepreneurship, international work, graduate school options, general exploration and professional skills. Many of our resources are available for check-out, so stop by at your convenience. The library is open during the CDC's business hours.
Job shadowing and information interviewing are great ways to investigate careers, make connections and increase your network of potential employers. If you’re interested in this kind of career exploration, contact the CDC and meet with a career counselor to learn how to make relevant connections.
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