Vocational wellness is defined as gaining personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s work, whether that be academic work while in college or a job after graduation.
Goals for your Vocational Wellness
- Increase your awareness of the wide variety of major/career opportunities available to you
- Challenge societal sex role and other barriers that limit major/career choices
- Explore your interests, skill, and values and needs and how they relate to major/career choice
- Choose a major/career direction that reflects your values, preferences, interests and skills
- Understand the relationship between your major/career choice and other parts of your life such as with your family, spouse/partner, leisure activities, friends.
- Develop effective job-related skills in assertiveness, confrontation, feedback, time management, active listening, motivation, etc.
- Understand how many people change their major in college and their career directions many times throughout their lives
- Northwestern Career Advancement
- Health Professions Advising
- Individual Schools and Colleges (NUHELP)
- Academic Support and Learning Advancement