Thinking about your career interests and choices? The sites below are worth a look to help you identify career interests and strengths.
Access to the Future: Preparing College Students with Disabilities for Careers: Information brief prepared by DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology) at Washington State University to help students prepare for careers. Useful for students, faculty and employers.
What’s My Next Move?: leads students through a seven-step process that begins with a self-assessment of their career interests, helps them identify the education and skills they will need to qualify for a job in specific occupations, and ends with a comprehensive career plan that can be shared with high school guidance counselors, parents, teachers, and workforce professionals in the American Job Centers Network. Students who tested What’s My Next Move? found it easy to use and the resources it provides very valuable. While the intended audience is primarily high school students, the guide also can be useful to those seeking a new career direction and dislocated workers who are interested in developing new skill sets and making themselves more marketable.