ca·reer     /kəˈrir/     noun 

an occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress.

For many students the developmental task of finding a career path can be overwhelming.  While there are many resources to help students, many students do not have or take the time to complete career assessments, evaluate their values, and reflect on what they see themselves doing in the future.  Other students have everything planned out for their future.  There is no "right" way to plan for your future.  It is about learning about yourself and discovering your own path to your future.  As school counselors we can help you with this task.  Here are some web resources to help you with this task of exploring your future options.  

Please stop by our counseling office to make an appointment with your school counselor to discuss and help you plan your future.  

Career One Stop

This website has many different areas to help you discover the best path for your individual future.  They has assessments, skills inventories, searches, videos, and information in Spanish too.  Check out their website at


What should you major in? Complete the free 15-minute assessment and find your best-fit list of majors, careers, and college matches.

If you are undecided or not sure if your current major is the right fit, complete the assessment to explore all your opportunities. More than 80% of college students change their major at least once in college. MyMajors can help give clarity to you.



Check out this great resource for visiting with people all over about their careers.  


Resources for women and careers.  

How to Use Xello


DISCOVER Majors, Colleges, and Scholarships oh my!  Create your own free account and discover your future.  Great information and resources.


Check out this website that has multiple career interviews from people in the field.