Career Assistance - Westminster College - Fulton, Missouri 

Professional staff are available to meet individually with students to discuss any issues related to career development. Students often seek assistance in the areas of selecting a major, developing a focus within a particular career field, writing a resume, preparing for an interview, and learning job-searching strategies.

Several career assessments are also available for students to take and are often used in conjunction with meeting with a career counselor.  Costs of these assessments range from no charge to a minimal fee.  Some of the assessments available are the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory, the Self-Directed Search, the Strong Interest Inventory, and Focus2.  The Director of the Center for Career Development is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and is qualified to interpret these assessments.

In addition, over 150 career-related books are available for check out in the Career Resource Library . Over 50 FREE handouts are also available for students on a variety of topics ranging from "Writing a Resume" to "What can I do with a major in...?" Numerous FREE publications with current career-related information are also distributed to students every year.

To make an appointment, contact Kristy Chitwood at 573-592-5381.