Understanding who you are is the first step
Our counselors offer a variety of resources to help you with career decision making:
- Career assessments
- A one-credit career development course
- Career counseling
- Resources for career development
- Job search tools
- Employer resources to connect with students
Understanding your interests, skills, values and personality is essential to career exploration and planning.
Career Exploration Course
Normandale offers CCD1170 Career Exploration (1 credit) in to help you begin the career exploration process. In this class, you'll take a variety of assessments and inventories to learn about your interests, values, personality, and skills. Discover how they can relate to your choice of a college major and career, and learn about what options are available to you.
You are encouraged to set up an appointment with a counselor for career planning and decision making assistance. Counselors can meet with you individually, and recommend specific career assessments to meet your needs. They can also lead you through the career exploration process, review your resume, and help practice interviewing.
Counselors can also help you explore what you can do with different majors and programs - the key is to find a major that fits your interests.
Search for Jobs
Students looking for opportunities - both on campus and off - should go to the student jobs website for postings. There is also a job board across from C1118 in College Services.
Other resources include:
Finding the right candidates starts at Normandale! The most productive method for recruitment is to make a colored flier to be posted on campus or you may post on line at student jobs website.
The flier should be 8.5 x 11, and include the following information.
Drop off the flier to the Nath Advising Center in College Services 1032, or email a Word or PDF document to email@example.com.
(only if approved) Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There is a $60 fee. We supply one table and chairs as needed. You should bring a small tabletop display and one or two casually dressed recruiters.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number and dates you want to come on-campus to recruit, and we will get back to you with a confirmation.
We are located in the Nath Advising Center in College Services 1032. email@example.com questions about recruitment and would like to discuss options with our office, call 952-358-8628 or email