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Jefferson College's Office of Enrollment Services provides career advising for students. The resources below will assist you in identifying appropriate career paths for you, learn more about various career paths and link various academic majors with careers. If you are undecided about your major, or simply want to learn more about careers/occupations, please take some to to explore these resources. For additional information or for one-on-one career advising, please contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 636-481-3209.
Create an account to take up to five self assessments and identify your academic strengths. Learn what you can do with your Jefferson College degree and take an assessment to determine how career ready you are. To register use the key: Jefferson.
Create a personal account, called a portfolio, to save and manage personal career plans and access more CIS tools. Organize your career research, goals, and plans in your personal portfolio. Save information including favorite pages and results from career assessments. Build a resume, save important job search documents, and track workshops and training you've completed.
My Next Move
An easy to use website to explore careers, search for careers by industry and take a Career Interest Assessment.
The State of Missouri offers many resources for career planning, career exploration and job search.
Keirsy Temperament Sorter
Answer questions to determine your personality and what occupations/industries are a good match for your personality. There is no charge and everyone who completes the questionnaire receives a free temperament description.
Career Interests Game
Created by University of Missouri - Columbia, this is a game designed to help you match your interests and skills with similar careers. It can help you begin thinking about how your personality will fit in with specific work environments and careers.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings, and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations.
The O*NET Interest Profiler (IP) is a self-assessment career exploration tool that can help you discover the type of work activities and occupations that they would like and find exciting. Students identify and learn about broad interest areas most relevant to themselves, then use your interest results to explore the world of work.
Career One Stop
Learn about different careers, find career information, locate career resources and educational opportunities.
Missouri Economic Research and Information Center reports industry and occupational employment projections.
More than 300 video interviews of industry professionals providing you with helpful information and advice about their occupations.
MATCHING MAJORS TO CAREERS
MyPlan.com helps you identify occupations by major.