College Career Counseling

You’ve got your degree (or you’ll have it soon), but what’s next?

I’ve got good news for college students and graduates: Just because you’ve graduated, that doesn’t mean you have to give up what you enjoy and who you are when you enter the “working world.” Too often, college students and recent college graduates are faced with a dilemma – what do I do next? The pressure to get a job as soon as possible certainly doesn’t make finding the answer easy. Still, the fact remains, many college students and college graduates really don’t know what they want to do with their lives. Believe me when I tell you that’s OK. You are normal. In fact, the first two years following college can be some of the hardest of your career.

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I offer career counseling to a steady stream of adults 10, 20, even 30 years into their career, and too often many of them voice a similar sentiment. “Why didn’t I meet with you in college? I could have been so much happier.” While I can’t guarantee that meeting with a career counselor will make you happy for the rest of your life, I can tell you that career counseling will help you determine:

  • What are good career fits for my abilities and interests?
  • What can I do to make my career prospects better?
  • Should I go back to school?
  • How can I keep my career options open while working?
  • What steps should I take now to ensure a happy and fulfilling lifetime of work?
  • What can I do to set myself apart and get the job I’ve always wanted?

Available Career Counseling Services for College Students and Graduates

  • Assessments – We’ll help you recognize and understand your natural talents and personal strengths.
  • Education and Training – Identify and evaluate your best educational opportunities.
  • Career and Employer Research – Learn what path your career can take and find potential employers.
  • Planning and Coping for the transition between college and career – We help you plan and cope for the changes in your day-to-day life that your career can bring.
  • Networking and Interview Skills – Learn how to succeed when you meet a potential employer.
  • Job Recommendations and Job Search – Using our considerable network of professionals and resources, we help you find the job you’re looking for.

Call (720) 489-9409 to learn more about our services.

Anne Angerman

About our Founder

After an extensive career in professional development, Anne Gottlieb Angerman, MS, founded Career Matters in 1998. Her credentials, experience, expertise, and wisdom have helped her attain a reputation as one of Denver’s best career counselors. She is the author of Stress Management Made Simple, a certified Myers Briggs and Highlands Program evaluator, and she is a regular contributor to a variety of news organizations.

Career Counseling Provides Clarity and Confidence

Career counseling will provide you with the help you need to understand your personal and career goals and make them a reality. Indeed, the benefits of working with a career counselor can last a lifetime, especially when you work with one so early in your career. Career counseling can help you avoid making a mistake and wasting years of your life.

Ready to get started? Call us to discuss the next step! (720) 489-9409

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