If you are an
early career professional considering your career options, the Career
Cornerstone Center has a variety of resources for you. You may be
considering switching to a different career, or exploring options within
your current path.
Explore options within your degree
field or industry. See how networking can help you forge contacts to help
you chart your future. Explore mentoring as
an option, and if you are considering changing career paths, be sure to
check out the job hunting section.
This site has been developed to help individuals explore the
fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and
healthcare. We have included many resources,
and an extensive interview database of professionals
working in these areas. By exploring the experiences of these
individuals you may gain a better feel for
what it is like to be employed in a variety of fields.
You'll be able to explore differences between working in
large companies, small companies, or being self-employed. You can
explore whether an advanced degree may make sense and explore the different
types of academic degrees available
in the United States.
Career planning is, of course, an
ongoing process. Involvement in professional associations
can also be a great help. Cornerstone also provides additional support on diversity, salary
information, and profiles of what a typical day in
a field might be like. If you would like to suggest additional
resources you'd like to see on this site, please let