Your Success Starts Here!

Engage with the Office of Career Services 

Start in your first-year on campus to find out what we do.  Learn how you might connect with our office through individual advising, workshops, programs, and more to reach your professional goals. 

Understand Yourself

Gain a better sense of who YOU are, what you're good at, and what's interesting to you.  This foundation will expedite the process of identifying college major and career options that fit you best. View our self-assessment here. 

What to Do Next?

Assess and Explore

Explore your career options and learn the realities of potential career paths. Gaining understanding about the world of work will help you to find the best fit and bring your goals to fruition.

What Can I Do With My Major?

Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for career information about your chosen major, you will find valuable information about:

  • Connecting majors to careers
  • Typical career areas
  • Types of employees that hire people with a specific major
  • Strategies to make you a more marketable candidate

Don’t see your major listed below?

Check to see if there is a similar major that will help you to explore your options.

Develop an Action Plan

Organize and create your plan of attack.  Schedule an appointment with a career counselor to build your personalized action plan to move you in the direction of your goals.

Gain Focus and Experience

Get Ready, Get Set

Prepare yourself as a strong applicant and connect your academic experience with internships and employment.

Continue Your Professional Development

The Office of Career Services can continue to support your career advancement, career transitions, and continued success long after you graduate from Lasell. The Office of Alumni Relations is also available for you! 

News Highlight

Lasell College to go Test Optional for Fall 2017 Admission  Tuesday, August 2, 2016After careful deliberation, Lasell College has announced it will go "test-optional" beginning with applications for admission to the 2017 Fall semester. The College will no longer require prospective students to submit SAT or ACT scores.

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