North Hall was one of the three original dormitories on the UC Davis Campus, and was completed on September 6, 1908.
CAPS offers career counseling to assist students who are struggling with these types of academic and career issues. Using personality tests, interests inventories, and self assessment of skills, students are helped to become more aware of their individual styles, strengths, weaknesses, interests, and other characteristics, and then to consider where their unique constellation of traits might fit well in the work world. Students also learn how their traits compare with those of people already employed in a variety of vocations. In addition to counseling, students receive information on other campus resources helpful in the career exploration process. Finally, career counselors can help assess whether personal, family, or cultural factors may be affecting a student's career decision process, and can provide assistance sorting through these difficult issues.
Career exploration groups are offered by CAPS. CAPS staff refer students to the Internship and Career Center for services including: learning about occupations in a career field, preparation for and obtaining an internship or job.
Career Exploration Group
If you are conflicted between several career options, uncertain about what you might be good at doing, feeling stuck when making a choice, or really just want to know more about career decision making; consider joining the Career Exploration Groups.
Two groups are available:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Explore more about who you are and where you might find the greatest career satisfaction.
There are three assessments available, and you can take one or all three:
- The Strong Interest Inventory will help you better understand what your career interests are.
- The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) will help you figure out what your personality and preferences are and how they relate to work.
- SkillScan will give you clarity on what skills you will most enjoy using.
Email email@example.com if interested. You can also stop by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in North Hall and set up an appointment.
Also visit the Internship and Career Center website for more resources iccweb.ucdavis.edu