Career Resource Center
Choosing a major often involves assessing career goals. The Career Resource Center assists students in career development. Deciding on an academic major is a process that involves self-exploration, gathering information, and experimenting with courses and work-related experiences. If you are unsure about what major to declare, you are not alone. Many students enter college unsure of their future career goals and interests. You may want to consider visiting this page specifically designed for students who are currently exploring majors and careers.
The CRC offers many services, such as career workshops, on-campus interviewing, career fairs, and Cooperative Education & Internship programs. The CRC also has counselors available to discuss potential internships/externships, scholarships, and employer visits related to your specific career interests. Most of these services are free to current UF students and are available during regular business hours. Some specialized services, however, are available only at certain times during the week.
The Career Resource Center is located in a state-of-the-art facility on the west side of the first floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Visit the CRC to find out more about how the Career Resource Center works with students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.