Students can receive help in assessing their career interests, abilities, values, skills, personality type, and other factors important in making career choices. Popular career assessments include the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory, the Strong Interest Inventory and Career Coach. Students can research a wide variety of occupations and fields of interest using resources such as web databases, on-line videos, occupational information software, and books available to check out. Through career counseling students are able to make decisions about their career and educational goals and develop action plans for achieving those goals.
MCC has knowledgeable career counselors available to help you choose your career path. They understand the College’s programs and can guide you through the career decision-making process. They will take time to listen and help you think through your options. Just call or email to schedule an appointment!
Doug Dewar, MCC Career Counselor
Counseling and Disability Services Office
Room 113, Gwaltney Building
Looking for a new career? Try Career Coach!
Career Coach is a free internet tool designed to help you choose a career path and plan your educational goals. It provides the most current local employment data on a wide variety of occupations and automatically links occupations to Mayland’s educational programs!
Career Counseling Resources:
- Career Onestop
- College Foundation of NC (CFNC)
- NC Health Careers
- Keirsey Personality Test
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- ONET Online
- What Color is Your Parachute?
- 16 Personalities
- Myers-Briggs Personality Test
Don’t be afraid to consider career paths that are not common for your gender or background. Keeping an open mind will help you find the career that is the best fit for you!