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  1. Professionals in a variety of career fields. Early on, it’s important to conduct informational interviews to learn just what life on the job is like so that you can make an informed decision as you’re planning your future career. Explore as much as you can – you never know what jobs are out there!
  1. Older students within a variety of majors. It’s also important to learn more about a variety of majors before choosing one. Ask students about specific courses, professors, and careers that students typically go into after graduating with that major.
  1. Your professors. Your professors are brilliant people who are here to share their knowledge and help you succeed. Get to know them and pick their brains!
  1. UCS Counselors. UCS Counselors are happy to meet with you to discuss career exploration, Strong Interest Inventory assessments, resumes, interviews, and more.
  1. Your academic advisor. As you’re checking off General Education Requirements and planning future courses, your academic advisor will play a critical role in long-term planning and setting you up for success within your major.
  1. Peer Tutors in Dey Hall. Every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, you can visit Dey Hall for help with a variety of subjects from students. Peer tutoring is a great way to get academic help from students who were recently in your place.
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