College, Career, & Military Planning
Finding your Purpose
It is never too early for a student to begin exploring their future career options. Common questions a student may begin to ask are:
- Who am I?
- What am I interested in?
- What are my strengths?
- What is the definition of success?
A great way for a student to begin answering these questions is by using Naviance to take an interest inventory called the Career Interest Profiler. This online career interest assessment for students is based on Holland's interest codes, and it allows students to complete an inventory which analyzes their interests and pairs the results with potential career matches.
In Naviance, students can also complete an online personality assessment called "Do What You Are" that, for many students, is a first step in self-exploration. Successful completion of the assessment will generate a report that will provide students with important information about their personal characteristics. Students will learn about careers that are matched specifically for them, their personal strengths and blind spots, and a host of other useful information which will connect them to potential careers and majors.
Personalized Student Services
Naviance Group Workshops and Individual Support
College Essay and Application Workshops and Individual Support
One-on-One Instruction as requested pertaining to:
- Interest and Personality Assessments
- Post High School Planning
- College Exploration and Decision Making
- College Applications
- College Admissions Testing
- College Exploration and Application for the Non-English Speaker
College Fairs and Individual Visits
College and University Instant Decision Days
Special Guest Speakers
Partnership with CCM
Small Group Parent Workshops
For more information on any of these programs or if you have any questions as it relates to college, career or military planning; please contact: