Career Clusters

Explore the Career Clusters

Major does not always dictate choice of occupation.

The Center for Career Exploration and Success organizes services, events, and communication around career clusters: groupings of common occupations that fall within broad career sectors. Career clusters allow you to focus your professional interests while you explore similar careers within broad industry categories. We urge you to consider your interests, skills and preferences on work settings and job functions in relation to your occupational options and to acquire skills and experiences throughout college that would align to your career goals.

Cartoon students look up at career cluster logos floating above them.

Learn more about each Career Cluster

Students at computers with charts. Accounting & Financial Services.
Students reviewing data on a computer. Economics and Data Analytics.
Student painting. Arts, Communication, Media and Design.
Student working with machinery. Engineering and Technology.
Student speaking with government representatives. Law and Government.
Student working in product sales. Management, Sales and Consulting.
Students and lab tech testing chemicals. Health and Science.
Woman working with children in classroom, Nonprofit and Human Services.
Students in front of bridge at San Francisco. Students Exploring.
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