- Services We Offer
- Help for Students in Emotional Distress
- Help for Students with Academic Difficulties
- Group Workshops
- Online, Immediate, and Local Resources
- Information for Faculty & Staff
- Other On-Campus Support Offices
300 Jay Street
Namm Hall 108 (N-108)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Selecting an Area of Study
The Counseling Services Center offers help to students who are uncertain about their career choice, major and/or area of study. Meeting with a staff member individually, or in workshops, students can learn the process of choosing a career that meets their interests, personal values, and abilities. Career assessment is also available. Paper and pencil career assessment instruments such as the Self Directed Search will help students identify the career that is right. SIGI, an online career assessment website, is also available for students. You can find the link below but need to contact our office for the password to enter the site. Come in to the Counseling Services Center (Namm 108) to discuss your results.
SIGI - online career assessment
Students can obtain online books, videos and needed career information by simply clicking below. Contact the Counseling Service Center for more information on accessing these resources. The New York State Career Zone web page offers students career information specific to New York. The Virtual Career Library offers a broader country-wide view of career opportunities. National information on Careers can be found through the Occupation Job Outlook Handbook.