I hope your first week back or your first week here at Baylor is going well! One way to find meaningful community during your Baylor journey is by joining student organizations. Late Night is an event for students to meet representatives from over 200 organizations and learn more about the different opportunities to connect all over campus. Student organizations are also a great way to network and learn more about major and career fields you might be interested in. Be sure and take advantage of this great opportunity to learn about the options available at Baylor.
Welcome, new Baylor Bears, and welcome back to our returning students! The staff of Career and Professional Development is eager to help you make the most of this academic year. We know that despite the fun of Baylor traditions and developing friendships, the real reason you came to college is to prepare for a great career. Simply attending classes won’t get you where you really want to go. Let a career counselor or career advisor help you figure out how to identify goals and begin working toward them. There are three ways you can get in-depth assistance with these tasks:
- Career Exploration Appointments– Designed for students who are undecided on a major or unsure of their career goals, career exploration appointments involve individual meetings with a career counselor and the opportunity to take two career assessments: Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Click here for more information.
- Internship Appointments– Get personalized assistance in identifying internship opportunities that are relevant to your major and career goals.
- Career Coaching Appointments– If you have a goal in mind, but you don’t know how to get there, career coaching can help you develop effective job search skills or help you with graduate school planning.
You can schedule any of these appointments by logging in to HireABear and clicking “Make Appointment” in the left sidebar. We look forward to seeing you soon.