Sophomore-year Career Action Plan
The Career Action Plan (CAP) at the Mount is a four-year program that guides students through a systematic career development process. Highly experiential in nature, the program is based on our belief that work is a "calling," a vocation that gives your life purpose and meaning. Each year of the CAP includes a checklist of suggested activities to develop a student's skills and career readiness.
Your focus as a sophomore is to explore majors and careers and to appreciate who you are and what you value in relation to the world of work.
Sophomore Action Steps
- Continue to explore your academic interests through the Veritas Program and electives.
- Use Focus to assess your skills and interests and to explore possible majors and career fields.
- Schedule an appointment with the Career Center. Let us help you with decisions about your major, with your resume, and in exploring internships or summer jobs.
- Update your resume. Upload it to College Central
- Meet with your academic advisor to officially declare your major.
- Participate in college-sponsored internship and job fairs.
- Shadow and observe professionals in their workplace.
- Work toward a leadership role in a club or organization.
- Get involved in community service activities.
- Secure an internship or summer job in a career field of interest.