Career planning as an undergraduate student
First year: self-exploration
Determine your strengths and weaknesses. Find out which career choices fit your strengths and interests. Focus on these strengths and further develop them during your foundation program.
Second year: career exploration
Declare a major that best matches your skills, values, interests and personality preferences. If you are not ready to make a decision about a major, ask your adviser which courses will help you explore various fields of interest.
Third year: testing your career decisions
Focus on arranging an internship to gain experience within your major. Target the types of organizations that you would be interested in working for as an intern.
Fourth year: implementing your career goals
Develop and execute your career search plan with your career adviser.
Career planning as a graduate student
Are you ready to interview?
Here are some common questions for an initial interview with an employer:
- What are your strengths as an artist/designer?
- What are your weaknesses as an artist/designer?
- What are your short-term and long-term career goals?
- What are your values and interests?