Learn about priority industry sectors, entry-level wages, housing, and more specific to your region to help you identify a pathway to your career. Full of resources and tools to help you plan your career pathways.
Learn details about any occupation including what you might do on the job, how much you might earn, and how much education or training you might need.
Take an assessment to see what you might be interested in doing. Do some research to see what your choices entail. Develop a budget to make sure your choices can support your plan! Complete the
Work Importance Profiler and use the
Use the Occupational Outlook Handbook to search for careers by highest paying, fastest growing, most new jobs, or field of degree.
Find, search, or browse across 900+ occupations based on your goals and needs. Then use comprehensive reports to learn about requirements, characteristics, and available opportunities for your selected occupation.
Discover how the things you like can connect you to a rewarding career you’ll love. Drawing from Roadtrip Nation’s library of thousands of candid video interviews with professionals from all walks of life, Roadmap to Careers showcases real stories of the struggles and successes you might encounter on your road to a fulfilling career - and find the tools you’ll need to take your first steps to build a livelihood that’s true to who you are.
Find yourself to find your career. EUREKA provides powerful self-assessment and career information tools to enhance the career decision-making process.
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This is a free version of the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator. The 10 minute survey results link you to career and education pathways you can explore with us at the Career Center! "Take our Personality Test and get a 'freakishly accurate' description of who you are and why you do things the way you do."
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Undocumented Student Resources
Spark is powered by Immigrants Rising and partner organizations to form a coalition serving immigrant entrepreneurs across California. Spark your entrepreneurship dreams and sign up to explore available trainings, learn the basics about freelancing, how to start your own business, and apply for financial support. Spark is available in English, Spanish, Tagalog, and Korean.
Undocumented Professionals: Networking, Community, Empowering
Undocuprofessionals is a National Community for and by the Undocumented Community of Educators, Students, Activists, Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Professionals. Their mission is to create a safe platform for undocumented communities to highlight their experiences from students as they transition to professionals. Undocuprofessionals offers an environment of mentorship and community with resources, workshops, podcasts, networking events, and much more.
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Justice Impacted Student Resources
The Rising Scholars Network has many resources including a Know Your Rights: California's Fair Chance Act document outlining rights of individuals, information on AB2138 that allows many individuals to access job licensing in CA, Clean Slate Remedies, Fair Change Hiring Policy, a comprehensive Fair Chance Act Toolkit that summarized information relevant for justice impacted students, and more!
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