The Career Process

A process that moves from self-awareness to career management. It means knowing yourself, gathering information, goal integration, job search strategies and job management development. Identifying and translating this information is the key to personal fulfillment and career success.

New York Career Counselor

Self-Assessment
Integrate your personality, skills, values, and interests to be in a better position and create a work-life that will allow you to express yourself fully. Work needs to fit your personality and knowing yourself is the first step in this process. Read Self Marketing
 
Industry Research
Effective career planning requires occupational information about the current job market and industry trends. Clients can expand their knowledge about job titles and job functions trough Industry Research. See Networking
 
Focus/Preparation
Integrating self-information with current job market information allows you to create a focused career direction. See Skills Analysis
 
Job Search
Learn to package and market what is unique about you and  the most effective strategies for getting a job. This includes developing a focused resume, writing an effective cover letter, networking and interviewing. See Job Search Strategies
 
Career Management
Understanding interpersonal relationships in the workplace, improving communication skills and adopting a flexible approach to managing change. See College to Career