Goal Planning System (GPS)

Map out your Path

This tool will help you to navigate your academic and career options and plan for success from orientation to graduation and beyond.

Discover Your Direction

At this stage, you are discovering your academic and career direction. You will start to gain an awareness of your personal interests, the opportunities available to you and the resources to help you meet your goals.

Map out your pathways

Explore around you

  • Familiarize yourself with all of the student services available to support you during your time at Humber
  • Reach out to Academic Advising & Support Services to find Peer Tutors, Math and Writing Help, and Advising
  • Recognize your support network (friends, family, professors, classmates, staff and colleagues) as a source of knowledge about faculty, life and careers
  • Attend career events including job fairs and networking sessions throughout the year
  • If you are not sure if your current program is for you, talk to a Career & Student Success Advisor to evaluate your interests and explore new pathways

Prepare for your trip

Explore Your Options

In this intermediate academic and career development stage, you will start to explore career options, find experiential opportunities to build your competencies and fill any gaps with relevant experience.

Understand your pathway progress

Explore Route Options

Fuel up

Gear Up to Graduate

At this stage, you are likely preparing for what happens after graduation. You are putting all of the pieces together - interests, competencies, experiences and future opportunities - to help you make the leap from the classroom to the working world. Here is your CSSA Guide to ensure you have made the best out of your Humber journey.

I understand where opportunities exist because:

  • I have met with a Career & Student Success Advisor for help with researching the current labour market
  • I understand my options for further education and training to meet my career goals
  • I have explored work search resources and reviewed job search sites and online resources
  • I have checked out the CareerConnect - Job Portal for full-time, part-time, volunteer, summer and seasonal jobs

I have a sense of the type of career that suits me and what I want in a job because:

I am confident with my portfolio and can describe what I offer to employers because:

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