UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Career Exploration Action Plan

Action PlanCareer Services developed a tool to help students with their major and career selection. This tool will help you explore your interests, values, and strengths to find your academic fit at UWRF.

This action plan is meant to be completed with a Career Counselor and can be shared with your academic advisor, faculty members, friends, and family.

Sections of the Action Plan:

1.    Self-Awareness
2.    Majors
3.    Careers
4.    Involvement
5.    Career Support
6.    Career Events

Self-Awareness:


In order to find a major that is right for you, it is important to do some self-reflection. To be able to choice a major that you are happy with, it is important to reflect on who you are, your values, and what is important to you.

Majors:

There is a lot to consider when choosing a major. It is important to explore the number of majors at UWRF and how you see yourself fitting into majors that interest you.

Careers:


What is a potential career path for you? It can be intimidating to think about what do to after graduation, but by doing some key research you will be able to learn about the careers in your area of concentration.

Involvement:


Out of classroom experiences are valuable when exploring majors and careers. There are many organizations on and off campus to choose from that are related to your major and career or that you find engaging.

Career Support:


Career Services provides support to students throughout their entire time at UWRF. Through the services and support we offer we want students to feel empowered and be able to have a well-developed career plans.

Career Events:


In addition to the services we provide in the office there are many events that we present. The events provide a range of opportunities and information that are related to all students.

2014 Out for Work Bronze MedalContact Us

Career Services, Division of Student Affairs
career.services@uwrf.edu
715-425-3572
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
211 Hagestad Hall

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