The four stages of Career Exploration interact and recur in a spiral fashion. What you will do in Implementation, including actions after securing employment, is part of the planning in Stage 3 and would be included in your PACT. A person is functioning in Implementation whenever s/he has a specific employment objective in mind and is acting to achieve that objective. Seeking a job according to a plan is the defining characteristic of Implementation. Stable and effective mentoring relationships on campus, which may provide primary support and guidance, are crucial to your success at this stage. While Career Services offers support and help, the ideal mentor is your academic advisor - a faculty member professionally knowledgeable and personally committed to helping you achieve your calling and career goals.