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Career Exploration

Where do you see yourself in Five Years?

In order to determine what career is best for you, it’s important for you to spend time evaluating your skills, interests and work values. It’s not too early to be thinking about a career. This will help guide you when deciding on a college.

Self-assessments can help you find, or rule out, types of careers that sound appealing.  Remember that the career you decide on now doesn’t have to be your life-long career.  The average person switches jobs 10-15 times throughout their career!

Students are welcome to meet with the College & Career Advisor, Mrs. Wright, to discuss steps to guide them through self-analysis, career exploration, and educational goal setting. She can help with:

  • Career exploration
  • Job shadowing with professionals in the community
  • Resume and interview prep
  • Summer opportunities exploring careers in engineering, business, health care, computer science, and more.

Self Assessments to get you started


“Do What You Are” inventory in Naviance Family Connection


Personality Test


O-Net Online


Career Interest Profiler in Naviance Family Connection

Phoenix University Careers

Work Values:

Career Zone


This useful website will help students connect majors and careers: What Can I Do With This Major?

Internet Resources

Success in the New Economy (Video)
This video was produced to help a broader audience begin to understand preparation today for tomorrow’s labor market realities.

College Board Career Browser
Browse specific jobs and learn about working conditions, job forecasts, related professions, and what can you be doing right now to reach your goals.
Have you decided that you want to go to college but don't know what you want to major in? If you aren't sure, check out for useful advice on college and university majors.

Helps students and families explore college and career options. 

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Nationally recognized source of career information administered by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

O*NET Online
Nation's primary source of occupation information, administered and sponsored by the US Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration.

Princeton Review's Career Page
Discover, research, and plan for career success.