It’s hard to make good choices for yourself if you don’t know what’s out there.

Whether you are choosing a major, or planning your next step after graduation you will need to spend time investigating possibilities and reflecting on the information you learn.

Understanding how to identify and research career options will build your confidence about your future after graduation.

Browse through the list of occupational areas and click on one to find out job prospects, employment requirements, salary information and much more!

Check out the job scene in London.  Explore the local economy sector by sector to get to know key employers and where the opportunities are.

Google can’t tell you what you should do with your life. But it might generate some good material if you try questions like: “What can I do with a Philosophy major” or “ What is the employment outlook for teachers in Ontario? “ Remember to check the reliability of the information and always verify with another trustworthy source.

Volunteer activities can bring you into contact with professional environments and help you expand your knowledge of workplaces, fields, organization and job titles.  Get resume experience and make a difference in your community.  Click here to explore ways to get involved.

Explore graduate programs, consider whether grad school is right for you and learn to build an effective grad school application.

Attend the Graduate and Professional School Fair held annually at Western in the fall to meet with representatives from different institutions.

Stuck? Overwhelmed? and  not sure what to do next? click here to book an appointment with a career counselor.