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Your path to career readiness can begin even before your first day of class. The culture at Concordia is future-focused. First-year students have access to on-campus career consultants, student "peer mentors" and others.
With one year of college behind you, the second year is about reflecting on what was learned as a first-year student. Whether it was a class you enjoyed (but weren't expecting to) or a feeling of uncertainty about your choice of major, the sophomore year is the time to use those findings to build a plan for the remainder of your college journey.
With half of your college experience behind you, the junior year is about clarifying future goals and aligning your experiences to them. Focus on skills acquisition this year – through internships, Career Center events, cocurricular involvement and self-study.
This is it – your final year. Wrapping up your college career is about getting things in order to pursue your post-college dreams. There's work to be done for sure – but there's a big reward at the end.