Career planning involves a mixture of your personal situation, existing opportunities, and restrictive factors. You must first identify your career goals, choose your direction, and confirm your educational and development plan. Only then can you develop a process to achieve your goals.
——US Scholar W.J.Rothwell,1992
CDC is committed to help each student discover their potential career outlook, finalize their career development direction, and guide them to achieve career success by providing the necessary qualities and skill.
You can refer to the Career Development Center's career planning model to better manage your personal life in school, so that you can obtain a job you are satisfied with after graduation.