Career Guidance

The Counseling Office is here to help you learn more about the world of work and offers you information on how to make informed career decisions.


Services include:

  • Personal career advisement

  • Career research materials using Career Coach

  • Job outlook information


Career Assessment Inventory or CAI is an assessment tool available to all students for a $5.00 processing cost.


Career Services

Online Career Center

The following are websites that will be helpful to students and graduates exploring career options: is a 100% free, non-commercial career website that offers a wealth of useful and reliable career and job information provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. - Career Coach is designed to help you find a good career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training. lists local employers listing available positions.

America ’s Job Bank is a searchable database of employment opportunities created through a partnership between the U.S. Department of Labor, states and private sector organizations. O*NET

Free Job-search EBook: Online job board pioneer Eric Shannon, founder and CEO of LatPro Inc., authored a unique job search guide that's available free in PDF format at (or $12.95 on Amazon)

Another useful website: is a free, easy-to-use website to find government benefit and assistance programs you may be eligible to receive. It also prescreens your eligibility for hundreds of federal and state benefit programs by answering a confidential, online questionnaire. Includes comprehensive information on a variety of benefit programs for all citizens.


Career Assessment Websites:

The following websites are free and useful when doing career exploration: Career Key assessment will help you in choosing a career, a college major, change a career and in career planning.