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Career Counseling

The Anoka-Ramsey counseling team celebrates diversity.  We are dedicated to ensuring an inclusive, equitable, person-centered counseling experience for everyone.

The process of career development can be exciting and intimidating. Like many worthwhile endeavors, the key is to take it one step at a time. Counselors will work with you through the career exploration process. Feel free to arrange an appointment at the Cambridge or Coon Rapids Campus. 

Check out these other great career exploration resources:

  • By Phone: 763-433-1100

    Online:
    Cambridge Campus
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    Coon Rapids Campus
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    Walk-In Appointments

    • Available Monday through Thursday from 12 to 1 pm via phone or zoom.
    • Walk-in appointments are intended to be short, 15-minute appointments or for students in crisis.
    • Please call 763-433-1100 to connect with a counselor during walk-in times.

    For non-emergency questions, email counseling@anokaramsey.edu

  • There are three easy ways to start exploring career options.

    1. Explore resources on your own using our career information and online tools for research

    2. Register for two different Career Exploration Courses:
      • CAOR 1100 Career Exploration Workshop (1 Credit) focused on self-exploration and occupational research
      • CAOR 1102 Career Exploration (2 Credits) focused on self-exploration, occupational research and job search strategies.

    3. Career Assessments are a great first step in discovering what careers might be a good fit for you. If you would like to take a career assessment, please make an appointment to meet with a counselor.
      • Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
        The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a self-assessment tool designed to identify a person’s personality type, strengths and preferences.
      • Strong Interest Inventory Profile Report, College Edition
        The Strong Interest Inventory is a career self-assessment tool designed to measure one’s interest to help in choosing a career or college major.

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