Larimer Campus Career Services
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Get help deciding what to major in, understanding your career options, and landing your first job or internship. Our career services team is here to help.
To explore what academic programs and careers could be strong and appealing options for you, we recommend meeting with a career counselor who can help you discuss and explore your interests, preferences, strengths, goals, and priorities.
Call 970-204-8332 or come to our Advising, Career and Counseling Center in MA 450 to schedule an appointment or attend career drop-ins with a career counselor. There is no charge for career counselor appointments.
How Career Services Can Help
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI): A personality assessment helps you identify career options and work environments that might be a good fit, based on your preferences and personality type. ($15)
Strong Interest Inventory: An interest inventory designed to help you identify career-related interests, evaluate your work style preferences, and create career research strategies. ($15)
Knowdell Career Values and Motivated Skills: Hands-on activities to help you assess your skills and prioritize values that are important to you in the workplace. (Free)
O*Net Interest Profiler:
Go to eWOLF, and log on.
Hover over Student Resources, and click the last link “Wolf Careers (off campus jobs).”
Once logged in, on the left hand menu, click “Career Path,” and take the Interest Profiler.
Follow the instructions and print your results. Bring to the Career Success Center to discuss your results with a Career Counselor. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 970-204-8332.
After you complete an assessment, results are sent to your career counselor, who you will meet with to go over your results, discuss what they mean, and explore your career options.
Jobs and Internships
In addition to providing job and internship listings, our career counselors can help you:
- Understand career and labor market information (like average starting salaries and skills in demand)
- Tweak your resume and cover letter to perfection
- Take advantage of alternative job search strategies like informational interviews, job shadowing, and networking
We've created a user-friendly Career Guide to help guide you through choosing a program of study (major), transferring to a four-year college or university, setting career goals, exploring ways to get hands-on professional experience, creating resumes and cover letters, preparing for an interview, and conducting a job search.
Explore employment trends, find out what careers match your major, and more with these additional recommended resources.