Whether it's helping you enroll, finding the career that best suits you, or simply listening to your concerns, your Career Coach will be there for you every step of the way. To learn more about the resources available with the Career Coach program, click on the links below.
Career Assessment Links:
Jung Typology Test (a free Myers-Briggs Knockoff with a report included)
Keirsey Temperament Web site - The Keirsey Temperament Sorter®-II (an MBTI knockoff) is based on Keirsey Temperament Theory, published in the bestselling books, Please Understand Me® and Please Understand Me II, by Dr. David Keirsey.
Career Exploration Links:
Virginia CTE Resource Center (Career Exploration)
What Do You Like? - Includes descriptions of 60 careers categorized by interest in subject areas.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Lists hundreds of careers with Department of Labor employment outlook projections for 2008-2018.
America's Career InfoNet - Federal government Web site with information regarding career planning, occupations, state projections and industry information.
American Mathematics Society - Information about nonacademic careers in mathematics.
Job Search Links:
Virginia Workforce Connection - Search jobs posted with the Virginia Workforce Commission. Links to other state job databases.
Monster.com - Includes postings by geographic area. Résumé builder allows you to enter your résumé to be referred to employers for current openings.
ASVAB Career Exploration Program - Information about preparing for and taking the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery.
What Can I Do with a Major In...? - Lists actual employment graduates in 79 college majors.
College Board/SAT - Information about colleges, applying to colleges, and SAT test preparation.
Student Edge - Information about colleges and admissions test preparation. Requires a high school login.
ACT - Provides information about registering for and taking the ACT.
Student Reviews - Lists thousands of student reviews of colleges and universities.
Princeton Review - Rankings of US colleges and universities.
US News and World Report - Annual rankings of colleges and universities.