Career Planning

What is YOUR career path after high school?  

·  Work force

·  Vocational / Certification program

·  Junior College

·  Four-year College

·  Graduate Programs / Degrees

·  Military

Even if you are not sure what you want to do after high school, that is okay. The older you get and the more experience you have, you will start to get a clearer picture of what career you want to pursue. Going through the self-assessments may or may not make your picture clearer; however, the assessments will help you to fine-tune your areas of interest and will give you general areas of career and studies you can pursue. 
The process of finding a rewarding and satisfying career begins with knowing yourself. Only after an individual understands his or her own interests, values, and skills can he or she begin identifying careers that support and match his / her personal profile. 

The Naviance website directions to the right offer self-assessment tools to help students begin the process of self-exploration. Some of the additional websites also include resources for you to explore and research careers more thoroughly. This is certainly not an all-encompassing list. Many other resources exist and may be available online or at your local bookstore and library, but this is a good place to begin. See your counselor if you need additional resources or have questions. 

· Naviance:

- Login should be your student id number; your password should be your 8 digit birth date.  (MMDDYYYY) Please see your counselor if you have problems logging in. 

- Click on the "Careers" tab 

- Under "What are My Interests" click on Personality Type, Career Interest Profiler, and/or Cluster Finder. 

- Once you have completed the assessments, you are able to click on the careers on your list and research additional information such as related jobs, job descriptions, salaries, related majors, etc.

Additional website career resources:
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