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Recommended Websites for Career Exploration


California Career Center is the website for career and college resources and tools to help students map their futures. Cal Career Center is focused on serving students but also contains resources for counselors, teachers, and parents.

The California Career Zone is a web-based career exploration system providing four easy to use career assessment tools and information on over 900 California occupations 


Career One Stop: From the US Dept. of Labor, a career one-stop for students and adults including information on workers with disabilities, workers with criminal convictions, laid off workers, veterans and entry-level workers.


Who Do U Want 2B?:  Pathway information, quizzes, wage reports and activities


Careership:  Free online career exploration adventure for middle and  high school students.   Students can review careers by cluster, review the featured career, match careers to their interests or search for a particular career.



One-stop Career and College Planning Website



Bigfuture is a College Board Website.  This section of the site provides a major and career search tool.


O*Net Online: 

O*Net Online is sponsored by the US Department of Labor.  This is a great tool for career exploration and job analysis with detailed descriptions of world of work for use by job seekers, students, researchers and more!


State of California Employment Development Department: 

The Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a comprehensive range of employment and training services in partnership with state and local agencies and organizations. These services benefit job seekers, laid off workers, youth, individuals currently working, veterans, and people with disabilities.