Career Counseling

Career Counseling and Guidance

Which career is for good for you?
Check this web site:

This user-friendly site offers lots of information for high school students and young adults. There are great assessments/quizzes to identify a good career path based on your interests.

Begin here:

Here you can explore several options and get help with finding a career that interests you, writing a resume, job searching, and so much more.





We recommend you click on “Explore Careers” which will take you this page:

From this page there are lots of questions that focus on you, your strengths, and help guide you in career options.







At the top of the page, click on Toolkit, then hit “Interest Assessment.”





This fast and fun assessment is one of the best I’ve seen. Take time to learn about you and get a report in seconds. My report shows “Good,” “Great,” and “Best,” matches, indicates the average hourly wage, and informs me of the minimum level of education needed to obtain a job in that field. I can’t think of a better way to spend 3 minutes.





Another Web Site we also recommend is The National Career Development Association is a professional organization for those working in career services as practitioners and educators.


This site offers many assessments under the RESOURCES tab.




Scroll down and click on SELF-ASSESSMENT. There you will find seven unique assessments, including the well-known Meyers Briggs (MBTI), called “16 Personalities.”


Get your results emailed to you!





Get in person workshops for career growth and advancement! Also there are certification for parents and peer college advisors. Their mission is to empower students and parents in communities across the globe with the tools to define their life’s purpose/career path!