Career Interests Game
This game is designed to help you match your interests and skills with similar careers. It can help you begin thinking about how your personality will fit in with specific work environments and careers.
Learn How To Become
Learn How to Become provides overviews, guides and resources to help you explore a variety of careers.
My Next Move
In a very user-friendly way, search careers with key words, browse careers by industry, and answer questions about the type of work you might enjoy to move yourself forward in your exploration.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Educates you about the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions for hundreds of job titles.
The online Occupational Information Network is a database of occupations that is designed to help people learn about occupational characteristics and explore careers.
Connect Majors to Careers
Interviews with former English majors about how they’ve put their degree to use in a wide variety of career paths.
Access thousands of 1-3 minute career videos, searchable by major, industry, career title, and keyword. Learn about career paths of interest and discover new possibilities! Also, view career advice videos on topics such as networking, interviewing, etiquette, and more.
The College Board Guide to Majors and Careers
Explore your interests and what makes you excited to learn more!
What can you do with your major? Find out here.
Don Asher – Choosing Your Major & Career Success
In this video Don shares his insight on connecting the major of your choice to a successful career path.
What Can I do with this Major?
Explore typical career areas, types of employers that hire within each major, strategies to increase marketability, related professional associations, occupational outlook information, employment opportunities and more for more than 90 majors and career fields!
Explore career paths by major, industry, organization, and more. Gain exposure to entry-level position types, names, and descriptions, and where your path could take you forward from that position.