Goal-Setting: Resources & Tools

There are many resources available to you at UC Berkeley to help with the goal-setting phase of your career development planning. These include workshops and individual career counseling.

Workshops

Learning + Organizational Development, through a partnership with Counseling and Psychological Services and Central Human Resources, offers FREE staff career development workshops. These services are offered to help staff in building a career on campus by developing a plan to connect personal interests and abilities with career opportunities available at the University. A current list of workshops can be found on the Central HR website under Career Development Workshops. All workshop and enrollment information can be found at the UCB Learning Center. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

My Career Development Steps

My Career Development Steps is a fillable pdf template for capturing and tracking action steps toward your career goals. Use it to create and adapt a flexible plan as your ideas and plans develop. Refer to it regularly to recognize your progress and stay on track. Check it out here.


Individual Career Counseling Program for UC Berkeley Staff

Introduction

Career counseling allows you to explore the world of work and educational opportunities and to plan goals you can achieve. The counseling process often leads to personal insights and growth, which will help you maximize the resources and opportunities available to you at UC Berkeley.

Learning + Organizational Development's career counseling program, housed at Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) in the University Health Service, provides assistance to staff and faculty who wish to clarify career questions and to plan sound and attainable career goals. The program involves a process of assessment and self-exploration that will lead to a better understanding of interests, skills and goals and, ultimately, increased ability to make meaningful career decisions at UC Berkeley. It includes up to four personal interviews, career testing, and assistance in accessing information and resources to help you achieve your career goals. The personal and confidential nature of the meetings will be respected at all times.

This counseling program is staffed by a multicultural group of professionals with training in career development, career counseling, vocational psychology, and related fields - counselors who can offer meaningful assistance in helping you address the opportunities and challenges in career planning.

How to Schedule an Appointment

If you are interested in meeting with a counselor, please see Faculty/Career Programs.

Counseling & Psychological Services
University Health Services
Tang Center, 2222 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94720-4300
Attn: Staff Career Program
Phone: (510) 642-2367
Fax: (510) 664-7880
Email: careerlibrary@berkeley.edu