The dimension of occupational wellness involves personal satisfaction and enrichment derived from one's work. It often includes participating in activities that provide meaning and purpose and reflect personal values, interests, and beliefs, including employment.
What do you want to be when you graduate? Rest assured that most Wellesley students are unsure about their career paths and even those that feel certain often do — and should! — change their course.
That is why we have robust resources from Wellesley College Career Education to support your journey to discovering your career interests and passions, click below to learn more!
Wellesley College Career Education is here to help you navigate your personal career path regardless of what year you are. First-years, sophomores, and juniors are matched with Advisors for Career Exploration (ACEs), who will give you the mentorship, tools, connections, and space for self-assessment and reflection to identify the paths you want to pursue — grounded in a sense of your own values, strengths and interests. All students are also welcome to meet with Industry Advisors as they think through their interests in the context of various fields. Seniors especially are encouraged to meet with Industry Advisors to help plan their next steps post-graduation.
- Make an appointment with your Advisor for Career Exploration or an Industry Advisor
- Learn about resumes, interviews and more in the career essentials workshop series
- Connect with the industry and field resources
- Subscribe to industry newsletters in Handshake
- Check out additional career resources here!