Online Resources for Career Counseling
Career Coach - Discover majors and in-demand careers and education based on your interests!
Washington Career Bridge: Explore careers, find in-demand jobs, find training programs or apprenticeship program, get job search help.
WOIS / The Career Information Center
(Contact the Student Support Center at 360-538-4099 if you would like a Site Key to access WOIS from home)
- Explore job duties, wages, advancement opportunities, and training requirements for more that 330 occupations.
- Discover schools in Washington state that offer educational programs for each occupation.
- Take a variety of assessments to match your interests, skills, and values to different occupations.
My Next Move: Career exploration site. Use this site to help you find out what career you want.
Glassdoor gives you an inside look at jobs and companies, salary details, company reviews, and interview questions that are all posted anonymously by past and current employees and job seekers. Students now have full unlimited access through this link.
CareerBliss: Use this site to search for job openings or to find reviews of particular employers written by current and former employees. Also includes salary information, career advice articles and the BlissFinder assessment test
The Occupational Outlook Handbook. This is a Department of Labor guide outlining career outlook, preparation, employment & earnings for 250 occupations employing 85% of the US population.
WorkSource is a joint venture of organizations dedicated to addressing Washington State's employment needs.
HEALTHeCAREERS.com features jobs in healthcare, valuable advice on the job search, and entertaining and informative stories about healthcare professionals and issues in healthcare.
CareerSearchDatabase.com helps students make more informed career choices by providing them with highly relevant, reliable and up-to-date career information and job search resources.
Workstep.com helps students find jobs and discover their career paths. Features jobs in warehouse, trucking, production and skilled trades.
Psychology Career Resources Guide is a free resource for psychology students, educators and psychology professionals. All psychology career information, websites, listings, and links found on this site are non-commercial in nature.