Start Early to Find Your Future

At the University of Florida we invite our students to explore all the possibilities of how to maximize their college careers. Not knowing what you want to major in or how exactly your career path will turn out is ok - there are campus resources to help you connect the dots. From the Career Resource Center, where you're invited to visit early and often, to navigating your First Year Experience, the UF family will help you make sense of your interests and show you how they fit in to your path to success.

Advising

Drop in or make an appointment for assistance with a variety of career-related topics like developing a resume, cover letter, personal statements and general job search strategies.

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Career Resource Center

The CRC has several services to help a student from the beginning of their college career to the end of it. Major exploration, summer and part-time job fairs, networking opportunities for 1st and 2nd years are just a few of the events that are tailored to help our newest Gators from the start. We’re here to connect you to your interests and experiences, to help connect you to the world.

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CHOMP

The Career Help or Major Planning (CHOMP) program was designed to help you through the major selection process with ease. Created exclusively for UF students, CHOMP will have you on your way when you're ready to find a major or consider different career paths.

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First Year Experience

The Gator first year experience encompasses all aspects of life here at the University of Florida.  It is a series of programs that introduce our newest Gators to everything from academics to campus life, the wide variety of activities will leave students with a chance to try something new, meet some friends and build lasting memories for years to come.

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On Campus Student Employment

With on campus employment learning isn’t confined to the classroom. Through meaningful hands-on experiences that compliment academic pursuits Gators are provided opportunities to grow, impact the university community and make purposeful connections that will impact their personal and professional development.

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