Meet with a Counselor

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Career Counselors

Why should I make an appointment with a career counselor?
  • To Find Connections between concentrations and careers
  • Individualized career plans
  • Full blown mock interviews
  • Feeling of confusion or uncertainty of what direction to take
  • Career assessment or self-assessment: Skills, Values, Interest; Personality; Matching personalities with work
    (Access to Strong Interest Inventory, Clifton Strengths Finder and Myers Brigg Type Inventory)
  • Help with deciding offers and offer negotiation

*You do not need to come in with questions!  Career Counselors can drive the conversation if you are unsure of where or how to start.  Counselors are here for you throughout your time at Brown as you explore and discover potential pathways.

How long does it last? 30 minutes
How do I get started? Schedule an Appointment here.

Peer Career Advisors

For quick questions, utilizing CareerLAB resources, starting your job internship search and editing/drafting resumes and cover letters, meet with a PCA during Peer Advisor Open Hours at CareerLAB. During normal times we have open hours, for help now email [email protected]