My Colby-Sawyer Experience

“I'm a firm believer in getting students out of the classroom and into experiences in nature. If students get out of their element, in a new place that stimulates their senses, that's where the best learning happens.”
Natural Sciences Assistant Professor Nick Baer

Career Exploration Web Sites

Explore academic majors and careers:
 
What Can I Do With This Major? provides information about career fields as they relate to common college majors.
The MonsterTrak Major to Career Converter helps undergraduates better understand career options related to different academic majors. The resource also allows users to conduct job searches based on job titles related to their majors.
Brass Ring career site. Scroll down to the middle of the page for information on majors and careers.
 
Explore careers through other web sites:
 
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is designed to provide career information assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
ONET provides interactive occupational assistance.
The Princeton Review provides career information on daily life, paying dues, the past and future, and what to expect in your career. It also contains a brief quiz to match careers with interests.
What Color is Your Parchute? is a popular resource for job search and self-assessments.