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The Career Test Overview has a collection of resources to help you tap into your hidden potential.

You receive inspiration and motivation to explore your interests.  You have access to tools to identify potential careers and training options.·     

  • Discover who you really are and understand your likes, dislikes, and interests.
  • Access interests, skills, personality types, and values tests.
  • Match your likes, interests to careers.
  • Find training programs that are matches to the careers that you are interested.
  • Succeed in planning a career.

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New Beginning!

 

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Watch our short video to get inspire to move forward towards reaching your dreams, goals, and potential!

Learn more about how to identify your interests, explore different careers and locate the right college or training program!

Looking forward to a great future!

 

All in 1 Career Resource!

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The Career Social Media Resource Center is an All in 1 Resource that is open to anyone who

wants to identify their interests, discover their purpose and gather information about careers, colleges, motivation, inspiration, and social media

topics.

Member

Benefits

Members get access to –

1. Blog

2. Expanded Free Download Library

  • Free Career Assessments, e.g. Know Your Holland Code
  • Free Career Guides
  • Free Presentations
  • Resume Writing Resources
  • Interviewing Tips

3. Low Cost Downloads

4. Member Web Pages

5. Store (Product Discounts)

6. Social Media Resources –

  • Resource One: Blogs – Blogger and WordPress
  • Resource Two: Facebook
  • Resource Three: Linkedin
  • Resource Four: Pinterest
  • Resource Five: Twitter
  • Resource Six: Slideshare – document, PDF, video and webinar
  • Resource Seven: Infographics – highly visual presentation tool
  • Resource Eight: Word cloud generator software
  • Resource Nine: Powerpoint
  • Resource Nine: Powtoon

8. Videos

  • 10 Top Tips
  • Test Drive Your Career

9.Digital Course – Build My Career Test

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Making Decisions about Education

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Today’s high school students and parents are practical consumers who pick higher education paths after looking at the school costs, financial obligations and career options.

Generation Z students are independent and self-reliant making early decisions about careers and taking responsibility for their education choices.

Students are becoming the major decision makers in deciding –

  • The career path they want to follow
  • The school where they will attend

Generation Z are looking at institutions that offer education and skills training as well as degree programs for future employment. The students are open to all educational alternatives – public/ private university, community college, vocational/career programs or apprenticeships.

Generation Z  are ready to make sacrifice to achieve their educational goals –

  • Students are saving for college and their futures.
  • They plan to minimize costs by living at home.
  • They plan to work while in school.

Education planning is a family matter

  • Students talk with parents about college plans as well as strategies to pay for college.
  • Families evaluate the long term values and costs of higher education in order to decide which school to attend.
  • As a family unit, students and parents are involved in discussions to finance college.  Students are looking for ways to pay for at least part of their higher education costs.

Together, students and parents create career and financial plans will impact the students’ educational choices.

Researching career and institution is a daunting task.

The Explore Careers and College Majors simplifies the process of exploring careers and deciding the right educational institution.

This program is currently on sale.  Learn more…

Use Your Summer to Plan Your Career Goals!

 Take advantage of your summer! Discover your potential and maximize your purpose!  Use one of the most preferred career guidance systems to identify interests, strengths, skills, careers and majors! 

Do you need help navigating through the career planning process?

Get answers to your most popular career decision making questions –

  • What are my strengths, interests and skills?
  • How are my strengths, interests and skills are linked to occupations and degree programs?
  • What are my occupational options?
  • What can I do with my degree program options?
  • What are the educational paths to those occupations?
  • What courses will I need to take?
  • How long will the degree program take?
  • How much will the degree program cost?
  • What financial assistance is available?

To get answers to your questions,  learn about one of the most preferred career guidance systems!

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Maximize Your Summer! Unlock Your Purpose!

 

Find the Right Green Career
to Make a Difference!

Green careers can be any occupation that is affected by activities such as conserving energy, developing alternative energy, reducing pollution, or recycling.

Green occupations fall into three groups:

  • Occupations with Enhanced Skills
  • Increased Demand Occupations
  • New and Emerging Occupations

Career Clusters –
Keys to Unlock Your Career Pathway

A career cluster is a group of jobs and industries that are related by skills or products.

Use the Explore Careers and College Majors System to discover the career pathway that matches your interests in conservation and green careers.  The system uses interest areas (Holland Codes) and Career Clusters.

Career Clusters is a system that divides Green Careers into 16 Career Clusters®.

Some of the Career Clusters are –

  • Agriculture Food and Natural Resources
  • Agriculture and Construction
  • Arts, A/V Technology and Communication
  • Business Management and Administration
  • Education and Training
  • Finance
  • Government and Public Administration
  • Health Science
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • and more

Our green careers, career clusters and Holland Codes connection tools give you an overview :

  • What are Career Clusters?
  • What are the matching Career Pathways for each Career Cluster?
  • How do your interests (Holland Codes) link to Career Clusters and corresponding Career Pathways?

Other tools include a personalized, online, interactive, self-guided career planning and college planning system that identifies your interests and matches the results to potential green careers.

The personalized tool comes with –

  • Four Assessments –
  1. Work Interest Assessment
  2. Personality Assessment
  3. Values Assessment
  4. Skills Assessment

 

  • Career Exploration, the College Major Exploration and the College Search sections

In the Career Exploration section,

  • You perform personalized career research.
  • You identify potential careers.
  • You begin narrowing career options.
  • You can locate Green Careers.

Use the following factors to find the right college or university –

  • Type of College
  • Enrollment & Costs
  • Majors Offered
  • Test Scores and Selectivity
  • Location
  • Athletics & Activities
  • Search for colleges by name

After summarizing your results, take Action!

Tools come with a free online step by step tutorial guide!

Learn more

 

10 Top Career Exploration Tips 2018

for Selecting the Right Career Assessment or Test
Tip 1:  Decide the type of career test that you are interested in!

Are you interested in just a printed or online career test?

and

After taking the career test will you be satisfied with just a career list, or are you looking for more?

Tip 2: Look at a Career Test Rating Chart!

The Test Rating System is –

UU= somewhat useful    UUU = very useful    UUUU = extremely useful

Tip 3: Complete Career Test Checklist.

Instructions: Use the Career Test Checklist to gather the information about career tests.

Format: (Place an “X” to the right of the format of the test.)

Format answers the question how do you take the career test?

•    Printed:
•    On-line:
•    Download, Other (Please specify:     )

Tip 4: Understand the three career planning steps.


•    Discover who you really are and understand your likes, dislikes, and interests.
•    Match your likes, interests, skills, and personality styles to careers.

Tip 5: Focus on identifying your strengths.

You become aware of, know, and identify your –

•    Holland Vocational interests
•    Abilities
•    Skills
•    Values
•    Occupations
•    College Majors

Tip 6: Build awareness of your Holland Personality Types/Codes.

The Holland Interest Areas or Codes are –

•    Realistic
•    Investigative
•    Artistic
•    Social
•    Enterprising
•    Conventional

Tip 7: Research potential careers!

During Step 2 Educational and Occupational Exploration,

•    Perform career research.
•    Identify potential careers.
•    Begin narrowing career options.

Tip 8: Gather information about training programs and colleges!

 

In Step 3 College Major Exploration

•    Discover possible college majors or training programs
•    Create strategies to put plans into action

Tip 9: Learn about our best, comprehensive, validated, reliable printed or online tests and tools!


The catalog has information about –

•    Printed career tests
•    Online career tests
•    Other career resources
Tip 10: We have a variety of networks to share career information!

Here are ways to connect and share ideas with us.

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Facebook
Linkedin
Pinterest 
Twitter
Slideshare
Instagram
Tumblr
YouTube
WordPress

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