Career and Graduate School Advising
Networking with Fellow Alumni
Post a Job or Summer Internship for Warren Wilson Students
Offer a Sophomore Externship
Talk with Your Employer About On-campus Recruitment
Offer Summer Housing
Serve as a Career Mentor
Our most commonly utilized assessment is the Strong Interest Inventory (SII). The SII is often a good starting point for students who are looking for career direction, whether it is choosing a major or defining a career path. The inventory matches individuals' interests with the interests of professionals in various occupations who are satisfied with their work. After taking the SII on the Internet, students are required to meet with a career advisor to review their College Profile results and learn more about careers and majors of interest.
The Career Development Center offers an additional assessment, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, which helps students explore careers with an eye towards their personality.
While assessments are a great starting point for career exploration, students will rarely find “the answer” to their career search in one appointment. Self-assessment, research and exposure to career fields are all important in the career development process.