The Career Center maintains up-to-date files and reference materials to assist students, alumni and their families in career searching, researching, personal assessment, internships and more. Visit the Career Center or call extension 3002 for information or to schedule an appointment.What Can I Do With This Major
This is a very useful online reference. Scan the list and see occupations that correlate with various majors. (Note that TMC does not offer all of these areas of study.) Click on "links" to learn more about opportunities in the major.Strong Interest Inventory
This instrument is used widely in career counseling to help individuals correlate their interests with majors and careers. It is offered to TMC students, alumni and families at no cost. Enter the Login CareerServices (all one word) and the password mustang (lower case). Leave the User ID blank.
The assessment is 291 simple questions of your likes and dislikes. The instrument takes between 30-45 minutes to complete. When you are finished, contact Career Services on extension 3002 or at CareerServices@masters.edu to schedule a personal review of your results, which will be available immediately. You will not be able to obtain your results directly; you must make an appointment with Career Services.Card Sorts
These tools in the Career Center help you identify what's important to you (values), and what you both enjoy and are good at doing (motivated skills). You then compile a list of possible occupations to assist both in choosing a career and selecting a major that will prepare you for it. The career counselor will guide you through this process!Career Library
Many helpful guides and publications are available in the online Career Library. Resume samples in Word format can be downloaded and modified. Other documents can be viewed and downloaded in Adobe Reader format.