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Jobs Made Real- Career Videos 1000s of career videos!
Career Cruising
Learn about yourself with assessments and connect your course plans, after high school plans and career goals!!
  1. Enter user name: centaurs
             password: culvercity
  2. Select "Create a Portfolio" on the left side 
  3. Click on "Assessments" at the top of the page (grey bar)
Assessments include: Career Matchmaker, Learning Styles, and My Skills

 
You can also search for schools, majors, careers, scholarships, and employment!
California One-Stop for Career Information This website contains resources for students, counselors, parents, teachers, in short, anyone interested in developing the career self-management skills necessary in today's world of work.
Understand your learning style Find out your learning style and discover strategies for getting the most out of your learning environment.
California Career Cafe Take an assessment, research a career or practice and build workplace skills.
California Career Zone
Do a "Reality Check"!!  Find out how much money you will need to make to live the lifestyle you want and what careers will allow you to earn that amount of money!!!
California CareerZone is a proven, successful career exploration and planning system designed especially for students. Users are encouraged to work through the Interest Profiler, Work Importance Profiler, and Assess Yourself assessment based on the Holland Codes for self-exploration. Comprehensive information on 900 occupations includes state specific wages, worker attributes, job characteristics, and much more. There are 300 career videos that give users a snap shot of the featured occupation. Job openings on Job Central are easily accessible within each occupations profile. Please continue on investigating from the Resource link where other useful resources are listed.
Who Do U Want 2 B?
Choosing a career isn’t easy for students, particularly when they’re not sure how to reach their career goals. To help students discover their unique pathway to success—and to give us the tools to point them in the right direction—we have created the WhoDoUWant2B.com website.