MATC's Career Planning Center has abundant resources to help you make decisions about your college major and your career. Three-fourths of college students are undecided about their college major. It might help to remember that your choice of major is not a once-and-forever decision. You can expect to change careers six or seven times during your work life. The Career Planning Center is located in Room S203 at the Milwaukee Campus Student Center. Please call 414-297-6267 for information.
Your interests, values and abilities will influence your career choices. To help you decide, MATC offers the following:
Exploring College Majors workshop: CAREER 411
Career Exploration Step I: is a 3-hour Career Planning Workshop. Participants will begin the process of identifying and exploring careers that are best suited to their abilities and interests. The workshop explores labor market trends, personal work values, identifying careers and programs that fit specific interests, and average salaries. You will complete an online career interest inventory as part of this interactive workshop. See the schedule for times and dates.
Career Directions/Changes workshop: CAREER 422
This workshop is designed for individuals who have successfully completed Career 411 and want to continue the career exploration process with additional assessments and 1:1 work with a counselor. Participants will build upon the career exploration process as they continue to identify personal interests, personality preferences, skills, and personal work values. Currently, the workshop registration fee of $33.14 includes the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory Revised, and a combined, personalized interpretative report. See the schedule for dates and times.
Career Planning Resources
Explore Wisconsin Technical College Careers
Access a free interest inventory and see what career program is for you!
Wisconsin Technical College System Follow-up Report
Review data collected from Wisconsin Technical College graduates, including employment and salary information.
Wisconsin Careers/Occupations Handbook
At login, enter the correct student code: m-c741 for the Milwaukee Campus,
m-c090 for Mequon, m-c140 for West Allis, or m-c403 for Oak Creek. For further instructions, see the Self-Guided Career Assessment and Exploration (doc).
Get information about occupations.
O*Net: Occupational Information Book/Network
Your tool for career exploration and job analysis!
O*NET OnLine is created for the U.S. Department of Labor
Occupational Outlook Quarterly
Published by the U.S. Department of Labor 4 times a year.
It provides timely information about careers and job seeking.
Self Directed Search
Career Interest Inventory - $4.95 online
Wisconsin's Workforce and Labor Market Information System
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