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Career Services

Career Discoveries

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Our Staff

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Chandre Pryor

Career Counselor

Chandre has two years of combined experience working in non-profit organizations and private practice mental health. She is an alumna of Valdosta State University, receiving a master’s degree in social work and a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Her primary goal is to support and empower UNF students as they embark on the journey of career discovery. As a career counselor, her role is to assist students in determining the career path of best fit, through exploring their natural skills and interests.

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Valarie Robinson

Career Counselor

Valarie has over 27 years of career counseling experience. She has assisted UNF students majoring in Business, Arts and Sciences, and FTIC students deciding on a major. Valarie is certified in the MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory career assessments. She is also an Adjunct Instructor for the Career Planning and Professional Success course. Prior to UNF, Valarie gained experience working with INROADS, Inc., a non-profit career development organization for minority college students. Her academic background includes a Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling, a Master of Business Administration, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Her goal is to help each student find their ideal career path based on reliable academic and occupational information.

We Are Here To Help!

The Career Discoveries Center in Career Services is targeted to all first-year, exploratory, or students at any level, to help you choose or confirm the best-fit major, explore and connect with suitable career options, and develop and implement a career action plan.

Choose a Major/Minor

Still figuring out what you want to do when you grow up? You are not alone. Learn decision making tips, resources, and strategies supporting academic and career success.

Change Major/Minor

If you are second guessing your current choice, start a conversation designed to help determine your best fit major/minor.

Explore Career Options

Unsure of what you can do with your major? Concerned about finding a job after graduation? Identify your career options and learn about job market data and trends (tasks, salary, projected employment, and more).

Career Assessments

Learn more about yourself and identify suitable majors and careers to make smart, informed decisions.

Professional Development & Workplace Skills

Learn about career resources, programs, and events to develop and utilize the skills employers seek, including OspreyPro and OCI15.

Career Connections

Learn professional etiquette and connect with professionals in various industries to gain information and insight regarding your career interests.

Resources