Let us help you explore your vocation! Vocational discernment is a life-long educational process that often intersects with choosing a major and a career. Sometimes your vocation is fulfilled through your work, sometimes through your activities outside of work but almost always results in service with others. Vocational exploration involves thinking, acting and reflecting. Here are some opportunities and resources to help you begin the journey.
- Attend the EXPLORE! Retreat during January of your first year at PLU.
- Develop and ask yourself some “big enough questions” to gain clarity.
- Learn about what vocation means through the Wild Hope Center for Vocation
- Schedule a conversation with a Career Counselor.
Interested in learning more? Use this form to contact Career Connections to learn about current opportunities, resources, and services to engage in vocation exploration.
What can I do with a major in…?
Can’t decide which major is right for you? Interested in a particular major but are unsure of what types of careers it could lead to? Click the globe to begin exploring the different career paths related to the majors you are interested in.
What Are PLU Alumni Doing With Their Majors?
Your career may or may not directly relate to your major. Interests, strengths, values and the experiences you have during your time at PLU all relate to your future career path. A PLU education equips you with a range of skills that employers in any field demand—that’s the value of a liberal arts education. Click the majors below and explore where our alumni work and gain insight into the many places a PLU education may lead.