CAREER EXPLORATION PROCESS
Who am I?
Self-assessment tools, activities, and resources to help individuals identify their interests, values, and skills.
What careers would be a good match?
Information and tools such as Pathfinders and VT Guidance Central that will help individuals begin the career-exploration process.
How do I decide on a career?
Links to resources available to individuals choosing a career, including a career development plan, the VSAC Resource Center, career placement offices, and job shadowing.
Learning Express Library has online tools to prep for college and graduate school entrance exams as well as career related exams, including the GED, TOEFL, ASVAB (military), PRAXIS (teaching), civil service.
VT Guidance Central
VT Guidance Central is an interactive program for career exploration, college planning, and test preparation.
- Self assessments
- Occupational information
- College search
Reaching Out (PDF) - a newsletter from VSAC’s Educational Opportunity Center that provides adult learners with resources, info, and encouragement.
Check out summer opportunities for Vermont high school and middle school students!
VSAC Resource Center Library
Extensive collection of books, tapes, software, and other tools, and helpful staff to assist you in career exploration. Visit during library hours or borrow materials through interlibrary loan.
Search our online catalog for books, articles and other resources on topics that interest you such as career exploration, self-assessment, and career planning.
Occupational Information Center Find wage and other information about careers in Vermont through the Department of Employment and Training's Occupational Information Center Web site. (Vermont Dept. of Employment and Training)
The Occupational Outlook Handbook offers useful tools to explore careers. (U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)