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Occupational Wellness

Occupational wellness refers to the level of happiness and fulfillment you gain through your work. By using God-given abilities, an occupationally well person finds purpose in his or her work, feels a connection with others in the workplace, and takes advantage of opportunities to learn and be challenged.

Examples of Practicing Occupational Wellness

  • Find a mentor in your desired industry
  • Create or update a resume based on personal strengths, skills, and values
  • Rehearse interview questions
  • Visit the Office of Career and Professional Development
  • Attend a job/internship fair
  • Build a personal and professional network at work or in other social circles
  • Create boundaries that allow for a healthy balance between your work life and personal life
  • Stay current on trends or developments through regular reading or research

Follow the links below to connect with some campus partners who can help you develop your Occupational Wellness