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What Career Should I Have?

Translate Your Interests into Work

If you don't know what to major in, or you aready have a major but don't know how it translates into a career, start here. At Mission we can help you research your major and career options so you can make informed decisions.

Understanding your strengths and interests is key to finding a career or major that is right for you.

Meet with a Career Counselor, and explore some of the programs we offer below.

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Career Center

Whether choosing a first career or preparing for a mid-life career change, use our resources to assist you in making important decisions. Find an internship or job using Handshake. Visit the Career Center.

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Career Counseling

Connect with programs, clubs, and activities on campus. Learn about career opportunities and internships through

Career Counseling
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Business Careers

A degree in business is versatile - the skills gained in a business degree are widely applicable across most industries and in many careers.

Business Careers
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Graphic Design Careers

Build a portfolio and network with Silicon Valley companies. Pursue a career in web design/development, graphic design, UX, & more.

Graphic Design Jobs
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How to Become a Firefighter

Becoming a firefighter in California takes dedication, skill, & specialized training. We offer a "one-stop-shop" at Mission.

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What Major is My Career?

Explore careers as they relate to majors offered at Mission College. Work with counselors who specialize in your interests. 

Majors to Careers
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Year Up Program

Hands-on training. Real world corporate access. A six-month internship at Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and other top companies in Silicon Valley.

Year Up Program
SAP Program
SAP Program

Learn SAP. SAP is used by 92 percent of the Forbes Global 2000 companies in more than 180 countries.

SAP Program
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Business Info Professional

Get equipped in MS Excel, Outlook, Word, & more to advance in your career. 

Business Info
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Community College

What is Community College? Learn about the advantages, including cost.

Community College
SAP Program
Career Training Education

Our Career Education programs provide you with an opportunity to get ahead in your current career, receive hands-on training, and upskill for a higher salary.

CTE Programs