Career Exploration and Planning
Career Exploration Resources
Virginia Education Wizard– Students can take interest, skills and values assessments. The Wizard contains a number of tools to help users explore careers, plan education, pay for college and much more. Students can take the assessment on-line at home or in the College and Career Center, Room 1136.
ASVAB Career Exploration Program– A comprehensive career planning program that includes a multiple-aptitude test battery, an interest inventory, and various career planning tools. This assessment measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success in the military. The ASVAB is offered at Warhill each year.
Dream It Do It Virginia – Create a free on-line account to learn about yourself, the employment options available to you, and the training that will prepare you. This career resource was built by Virginia’s advanced technology sector to help you learn more about exciting fields and future employment.
CareerOneStop - Your source for career exploration, training, and jobs.
College Majors - Get up-close and personal with over 150+ majors.
Know How Virginia – Explore and prepare for careers, particularly in high demand and emerging fields.
Mapping Your Future – Your journey starts here! Explore careers, prepare for college and learn about financial aid.
MyFuture.com – Figure out what’s next! Explore career areas, find a college or trade school, and explore the military.
MyMajor - In 15-minutes, the program will recommend your best-fit majors that match your academic achievement, aptitude, unique interests, and preferences.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – A classic reference about careers from A to Z, compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
O*NET– Tool for career exploration and job analysis.
Salary.com– Use the Salary Wizard to view salaries for various job titles.
VA Career Clusters – Research occupations and salaries in each of the 16 career clusters. A career cluster is a grouping of occupations and broad industries based on commonalities. Each includes technical and professional career specialties.
Virginia Career View– The Career Search option allows students to learn more about various careers by name or career cluster.