b'their freshman year. Many others change their plans, often several times. Your institutions career services office can help the student with career counseling and advising, career interest assessment, internships, special events, career classes, and career workshops. As students approach graduation, they may experience a sense of fear about the prospect of leaving school and getting a career position or selecting a graduate school. Some start to approach this transition by gathering information and exploring options as freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, while others wait until their senior year. Students may feel frustrated if they cannot find a position of their choosing, especially when the economic climate adds to the uncertainty. Students may feel especially anxious, or even depressed, when employers or graduate schools or internships make their choices. The on-campus recruiting program results in jobs for many (about 23 percent of job seekers), but it also creates undue worry and stress for many othersthose who are unsuccessful in using this service and those whose interests dont coincide with the options presented by the mostly large, private employers that recruit. Academic Concerns101'