CAREER EXPLORATION

Interest Inventories:

Interest inventories can help guide and make students aware of their interests and skills that apply to a variety of career fields.  If students do this early on in their high school career the proper high school courses can be taken and goals can be set to reach that aspiring goal.  Visit these links to start that journey today.

Interest and Career Inventories:

Free Career Test

Career One Stop

Learn About Your Interests

Drive Your Life

College Board's Big Future

My Future

ION Future

Kuder College & Career Planning (see a counselor for access code)

NextStepU

Resume Resources:

Purdue Resume Assistance

Texas A&M Resume Resources

University of Tennessee Resume & Interview 

Purdue Owl Writing Resource Center


Workforce Information:

Occupational Outlook Handbook

TN Department of Labor

Hot Jobs 2020

Additional Resources Related to Careers

Heart of the Matter's Career Thoughts

Light Bulb Career Videos

A,B,C's of Career Exploration and Planning

Let's Talk About College & Careers

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