Student Support Services

TOP Careers

The following link will help students in a variety of ways. Students can gain information if they are just beginning their search or if they have specific questions about a specific career. If you have any questions about researching and exploring careers, please contact a staff member for assistance.

  • Exploring Occupations
  • Programs of Study  and Training – Related to Career Clusters
  • Completing Career Assessments to explore interests, skills, and work values

 

Work Search Links

Oregon CIS and Oregon Labor Market

Oregon Labor Market Information System (OLMIS)

QualityInfo.org

Monster.com

monster.com

America’s Job Bank

ajb.org

The Job Hunter’s Bible

jobhuntersbible.com

Information on tests, advice, research, job links, and resumes

 

Personality Inventory Links

Do What You Area brief type quiz with other information

personalitytype.com

The Princeton Career Quiz

review.com/career/careerquizhome.cfm?menu1D-O&Careers=6

A 24-question test that provides a general description of your interest, skills, and preferred styles, as well as matching careers

The Ennegram

Helps build self-awareness with some career implications unhelpful

9types.com

ennea.com

Career Mapp

assessment.com

Top 11-20 jobs with your greatest potential for success, sample of each section of your narrative results