Explore Collegiate Careers
What would you like to do?
By understanding who you are and what you like, you can now explore career opportunities that will be most satisfying to you:
- Evaluate Your Career Interests
your first step in finding the right career is to evaluate what you would like to do and what career fits your overall aptitude start with careerkey.org
- Understand your interests and career relationship
you can take this online career assessments for a small fee - not recommended at this stage of your planning
view the Strong Interest Inventory®
federal government web site that reviews your road trip to career success:
view information at careervoyages.gov
- Other Helpful Career Assessments:
use this skills assessment to understand job types that you may best be qualified for based on your temperament assessment:
what to do with your skills into shaping a collegiate major:
See what will be required in order to achieve your dream. It will summarize collegiate classes that you should take:
- Visit collegeboard.org for in-depth review of collegiate majors. (requires log-in to myroad.com)
What do you want to be?
Interest measurement based on varying fields of study:
- Do you have the aptitude skills for your selected major?
Learn more about this Vocational Aptitude exam that measures several aptitudes in mathematics, general science, reasoning, and other.
The exam is used by the armed forces in place candidates in select career fields — by taking the exam, however, does not imply that you are enlisting for any armed service: