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Focus 2 Workshop with Ali Gerry

At some point, every student is unsure if they chose the right career path. If you are having a hard time choosing a major or career, or second guessing your current path, you are not alone. Figuring out a career includes taking into account your financial goals, interests, family needs, personal values, and educational access, as well as many other factors that happen on an individual basis. Balancing all of the factors can be difficult, but there is help. The Focus 2 assessment is an online test that evaluates your values and interests to offer career suggestions. This is often a starting place for many trying to figure out their career. Even if it doesn’t generate a career choice you would be interested in, it acts as a good first step for thinking of career options.  

Fall workshops have concluded.  Check back in January 2022 for Spring 2022 workshops.

Focus Area Workshops

Agriculture & Natural Resources | Biological and Environmental Science | Physical Science, Engineering, and Math – Hannah Robinson 

Tuesday October 12th 4-5pm Zoom  

Wednesday October 13th 11am-noon, In-person (Logan Campus, Taggart Student Center 302)

Humanities and Arts – Dallin Perkes 

Monday, October 18th 3-4:00pm Zoom 

Business & Communications – Jana Haws, Madison Thomas

Tuesday, October 19th at 2:00pm Zoom

Wednesday, October 20 at 11:00am In-Person (Logan Campus, Taggart Student Center 302)

Social Sciences and Human Services – Annette Petersen 

Thursday October 14th 2:00pm Zoom

Thursday October 21st 2:00pm In-Person (Logan Campus, Taggart Student Center 302)

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Prehealth Workshops

List of Prehealth Workshops