Discovery is a career and majors exploration program designed to help students learn more about themselves in order to facilitate a choice in major. Discovery will help you feel more confident in your academic decisions, better understand your strengths and motivations, and make the most of your college career through choosing a major, experiential learning opportunities, and extracurricular activities that align with your personality and goals.
By participating in Discovery, you will benefit from a one-on-one approach that focuses on your unique blend of strengths, interests, learning styles, core values and goals. You will be guided through a combination of assessments, exercises and deep conversations in order to identify the
next steps you should take in your academic career.
There is NO cost for the Discovery Program!
If you want to participate, please sign up for the introductory Canvas course here and complete the brief modules. You will be contacted to make an appointment after completing the final module.
DISCOVERY will help you:
Learn –How to choose a major and help you if you are having doubts about a major your have chosen.
Confirm – Know that the major you chose aligns with how God uniquely created you.
Research – Provide specific insight into what career options are available to you within your chosen major.
During each session, you will explore topics that will help you discover more about what makes you unique, develop better ways to communicate about yourself and your goals, and build a more satisfying framework for academic and career decision making.
We will use:
- Scripture and talk about the idea of The Call and Your Mission.
- Personalized assessments that help you explore your unique interests.
- Innovative information that allows you to make a clear decision leading to a “good-fit” career path.
- Valuable online tools to research your chosen major and career options. In addition, we will provide a face-to-face individual appointment to help you understand your assessments and how they assist you in determining what majors and jobs to research.