Occupational Wellness

Involves preparing for work in which you will gain personal satisfaction and find enrichment in your life through work. Exploring your talents and interests is the first step in increasing your occupational wellness. Working day after day in a job that is not interesting or rewarding can be draining on your emotional wellness leading to stress-related illness. Being able to spend time to really explore options and finding a career path that is interesting, enjoyable, and meaningful and contributes to the larger society can give you tremendous satisfaction in your work.

Signs of Occupational Wellness

  • Having hobbies/interests/activities which bring you pleasure outside of your work/academics
  • Being comfortable with the direction of your future plans
  • Accurately assessing your strengths and weaknesses
  • Believing that you have the qualities of a valuable and valued employee
  • Doing what you want to do with your life


Career Services

Peer Mentoring Program

North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities (NDCPD)

Communications Disorders Clinic