Developing Career Goals
Cornell Career Services Counselors are available to meet with you to assess interests, skills, values, and personal strengths using the following tools:
- Strong Interest Inventory
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
- Clifton Strengths Finder
Values in Action
The VIA Institute on Character offers a free survey designed to help you discover your greatest strength. It also provides follow up reports and strategies for applying those strengths to life events and relationships.
Landit is a for-profit organization focuses on developing a "playbook" for career development. Sign up via your LinkedIn account.
Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World
Cornell Career Services
The Dyson Launch Pad allows Dyson students to create advising appointments, track degree progress, and access other advising services. Students can also access important forms as well as other important resources for your time here at Cornell.
Cornell CALS provides academic and career advising services for undergraduate students- these services include assistance with resumes and cover letters, finding jobs and internships, exploring careers and career outcome data from graduating seniors.
Cornell University Career Services provides students with help developing career goals, finding jobs, exploring your options and many other services.
Cornell Career Guides
Librarians serving the ILR School at Catherwood Library created a Career/Internship Guide that provides users with resources to help develop skills and gather information about their chosen careers.
Cornell's SC Johnson College of Business created a career guide for MBA students that provides a lot of valuable resources for finding companies and salaries, researching companies and industries, as well as tips for the interview process. It is also provides information about potential future career tracks that may interest you.
The Energy Project by Tony Schwartz
Linkedin is a social networking site created for the purpose of connecting individuals specifically for career networking. 80% of individuals land jobs due to social connections- connecting and forming relationships with your peers could lead to your next job or internship!
Indeed.com is a portal for finding jobs, exploring companies, and researching salaries in your industry.