Career Services offers career resources at both the Senior campus (Library 100) and at COT's Jacket Student Central. Professionals are available by appointment at both locations to discuss your choice of major and career, job search strategy, internships and more.
Use Montana Career Information System (MCIS) software to learn about Occupations & Employment and Education
& Training in Montana and throughout the U.S.
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Take on-line assessments to match occupations with your work values, interests, and skills. Learn about the link between education & earnings as you plan your career.
Also plan to explore Co-Op Ed, an academic program that links students with work experiences in their major field of study where they earn credit--and often a salary! In 2011-12, 241 students earned 904 internship credits, and paid interns earned an average of $11.92/hr. You can earn and learn, too!
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Career Planning Manual
Follow 6 steps to career development: Self-assessment, Research, Decision-making, Networks & Contacts, Work, Life/Work Planning. Take charge of your own career!
America's Career Resource Network
Get a jump on your future by exploring your interests, finding out which careers they point to, and making a plan to get the education & training you need to pursue your chosen field.
Occupational requirements, wage & employment trends, state-by-state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library on-line.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Research hundreds of US occupations to learn education and training requirements, working conditions, average earnings, general work activities, job outlook, and more.
No assessment can tell you "what to be when you grow up" but these links to standardized tests & Self-Directed Search interpretation help you learn more about yourself.
Individuals with disabilities who require accommodations may review Policies & Procedures.