MyPlan is your personal guide for career, academic, and financial planning.
- Explore, identify and clarify your career goals
- Understand how financial planning relates to your career planning
- Develop a plan for how to pay for college (now and in the future)
- Build your academic plan and understand how it relates to achieving your career goals
Check your progress regularly. Look at MyPlan at the beginning of each term to determine what you need to work on next. Your life as a student is busy, so schedule yourself time to start the essential activities, in the areas most relevant to you at the time.
Remember, Clark College faculty and staff are here to help on your journey, so don't hesitate to contact us.
Explore the three areas below and start with an activity relevant to you. This plan will help you clarify your career goals, make the best plan for you to pay for college, and create an academic plan to guide you through your education into your chosen career.
Complete the form for access to planning in the MyPlan Canvas shell.
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Planning for your future career is exciting—but it also can be scary. One way is to begin with the end in mind by asking yourself: "What goal should I pursue?" or "How do I know I’m heading in the right direction?" Following the guidance below can fuel your excitement, calm your nerves, and prepare you for success in whatever career you choose.
You may not have thought about Financial Wellness before now, but finances impact nearly every aspect of our lives. Financial Wellness is a state of being—and a skill you will develop as you engage in this part of MyPlan. Did you know that the number one reason students leave college relates to finances? Making a solid financial wellness plan equips you to achieve your academic goals and succeed in your chosen career.
As you work toward your graduation at Clark College, creating a solid Academic Plan will help keep you on the path towards your success. Your Academic Plan includes your program focus and an outline of your academic requirements. It’s an essential document you’ll refer to as you plan each term’s classes. It will become your personal guide for taking only classes you need and will keep you on track to graduate.
Hours of Operation
We are serving students in-person and virtually.
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m
To see the virtual center's hours of operation, visit Career Service's page.
Monday - Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
To see the virtual center's hours of operation, visit Academic Advising's page.