Expect Challenge. Achieve Distinction.

Make your time at Norwich count! Find out your interests, discover your skills, get in tune with your values and then put it all together. Career readiness and management is a fluid process throughout your Norwich experience and your career. You have endless opportunities to build your skill sets and develop your talents and everyone at NU wants to help you reach your fullest potential!

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Discover You

College is a time of self-discovery. Knowing who you are, what skills you have and what skills you need to develop are invaluable to moving forward in the career readiness process. We have a variety of resources that can help you begin your path to career and life success.

Discover Possibilities

The CIC has experienced coaches and helpful tools to help you start this process. Once you know more about career paths that may be a good fit, you can begin to dive deeper into what those paths entail! What is the work environment like? Where types of employers hire for my major? What is the growth in that sector? What level of education do you need for an entry-level position? What are typical job titles?

Assessment Tools

Knowing our interests, values, skills and personalities can be very helpful in choosing a major or a potential career path.

Focus 2 is a great tool to help you explore different majors and occupations that may be a great fit. It is free to use but we suggest making an appointment to meet with a coach to interpret your results. Learn how to access Focus 2 here.

This is a free career assessment tool for both Norwich students and alumni.

Choose a Major /
Occupational Resources

Are you in the process of choosing a major? Looking to switch majors? What Can I Do With This Major is a great tool to learn more about what you can do with a major or combination of majors you are pursuing or considering.

This can be coupled with the Focus 2, O-Net and the Bureau for Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Resource data to help you make a more informed decision about what direction to take.

It is important to take a team approach and include your career coaches, academic adviser and faculty in this conversation.

Mailing Address
Career & Internship Center
158 Harmon Drive
Northfield, VT 05663
Contact Us
Wise Campus Center, Room 232
Phone: 1 (802) 485-2125
Email: careers@norwich.edu
Office Hours
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Walk-in and by appointment

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