Second Year Students
Here are learning
activities that you can participate in during
your sophomore year that will serve you well as
you develop you upcoming career:
Top 10 Career Strategies for Freshmen and
- Cement your
major and (possibly) a
minor. Sometimes it helps to take a
interest test that will help you decide what
major to pursue.
- Know what majors are available at SU and
what you can do with a degree in...
- Talk to your faculty advisor about your major
selection or make an
appointment with the Career Services
clubs and activities on-campus. This
is especially helpful if a club relates to a
specific occupation you may want to pursue.
- Continue your
Volunteer work. It is a
great way to gain Career-related experience.
Work on-campus to earn extra money.
- think about
studying abroad in the next few semesters.
Only 3% of American students study abroad and by
so doing it will really help you stand out from
- Learn what
skills and abilities you must possess when
you graduate from college to be successful.
All employers want these from their employees,
no matter what the major.
- Students often, inadvertently, hurt their
Dangers lurk - Beware! Know them before
it is too late.
- The time to begin is NOW.
Career Services stands ready to help you.
Come into our office in GUC 133
& Sophomore Career Planning Guide
e-magazine, sponsored by JobPostings Magazine.
Click to get a list of activities you will
need to do to ensure your career success as