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Counseling and Advising Center

 

Office Hours:
Monday – Thurs: 8:00am – 5:00pm (counselors are available until 3:30)
Friday: 8:00am – Noon
EXTENDED HOURS: 8:30- 3:30
COMING IN JULY

Contact Us:
Phone: (231)777-0362
Email: counselingandadvising@muskegoncc.edu                                                    Location: Main Campus, Room 1050

 

 

 

Click the Scope of Practice button above to learn more about the MCC Counseling and Advising Center and the services, counselors, and resources available to you.

New Students

If you are a new student, make sure to complete all six steps to help you become an MCC student: https://www.muskegoncc.edu/enrollment-services/  

Career Resources

Major & Career Exploration

Undecided on a major or on a career path within your major? The Career Services Center has a number of resources which may help with deciding on a career path and getting started on that path.

FOCUS 2:  Will help give you a complete picture of your interests, values, personality, skills, and leisure activities using self assessment questionnaires, interest inventories, and personality testing.

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook. What is the outlook for your career?  You may find current career outlook information at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.   www.bls.gov.

O*NET: Occupational Information Network. Find occupations using keywords or use a list of your skills to find matching occupations

Michigan Labor Market Information:  Prepares employment outlook by careers. This is a great way explore the demand in the work force and wage information.

What Can I Do with this Major?  Learn about careers available for different majors

Career One Stop: Describes skills and job duties for multiple occupations and employment outlooks in regional and national context.

Please click the tiles below to navigate counseling and advising services.

Choose Your Career Pathway

Please explore the six career pathways below. By clicking on the “more” button under each pathway, you can view the different academic areas of study and degrees offered to help you identify a possible career. MCC counselors are available to meet with you based on the specific career pathway in which you are interested.

To schedule an advising/counseling appointment go to:   https://mcc-counseling-advising.appointlet.com

Arts, Humanities and Communication

Careers in the arts, humanities and communication pathways appeal to those who place a great deal of value on self-expression, personal experience, imagination and creativity. If you are planning on pursuing a career in the creative and performing arts, music, philosophy, journalism, broadcasting or other related fields, this pathway may be for you.

Business and Information Technology

Careers in this pathway relate to all aspects of business and computer information technology.  These careers may include, but are not limited to, accounting, computer networking, software development, digital game design, entrepreneurship, graphic design, management, and marketing.

Engineering/Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Careers in this pathway are related to the technologies necessary to design, develop, install and maintain physical manufacturing systems. These include engineering and related fields, architecture, mechanics and repairers, manufacturing technology, precision production, electronics, construction trades and related industries.

Health Services

Careers in this pathway are related to the promotion of health and treatment of disease.  These include research, prevention, treatment and health related technologies.  Health care professionals are in high demand locally and nationwide.

Human Services

Human Services is focused on helping people overcome adversity through strength-based approaches that empower them to reach their full potential. Human Service Professionals help people to advance lives, help those in need, and educate future generations.

Math and Science

Individuals who enjoy math and science are often analytical thinkers that prefer to examine evidence to assist in demonstrating a theory or outcome. This pathway includes careers in areas such as agriculture, astronomy, the biological sciences, chemistry, environmental science, and mathematics.