Jobs For Teens: Website dedicated to helping teens find jobs. Offers education regarding potential jobs, resume writing tips, volunteer opportunities, and more.
O* NET Resource Center: Occupational information network. Primary sources of occupational information. The database is skill-based and contains information about worker attributes, job characteristics, and career exploration tools that relate the results of assessments to career and labor market information in the database.
Big Future/RoadTrip Nation: College Board’s site for helping students determine career interests. Links to RoadTrip Nation. Roadtrip Nation helps career-seekers connect to real-world professionals and discover pathways aligned with their interests.
Informal Career Assessments:
YouScience: Fee-based sight to discover your aptitude, true strengths, and how to select the right pathway and career for you.
16 Personalities: A free personality test that helps students learn how their personality type influences many areas of their life, including major and career choices.
My Next Move: Interest profiler to help determine what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work.
Career One Stop: Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Source for career exploration, training, and jobs.
CA Career Zone: The California CareerZone helps students, educators, job seekers, and others access up-to-date career information.