Free Websites for Taking a Career Interest Inventory
Discover which careers are right for you!
Career One StopInterest Assessment
- 30 quick questions
- About 5 minutes
- Learn about careers that might be best for you
Interest Survey for Career Clusters
The Student Interest Survey for Career Clusters is a career guidance tool that allows students to respond to questions and identify the top three Career Clusters of interest based on their responses. It is a paper/pencil survey that will need to be printed out and then discusses with the counselor.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is an online publication that has information on hundreds of occupations in the United States. Using the OOH, students can explore different aspects of occupations by clicking on the following tabs:
- What workers do on the job
- Work environment
- Education, training, and other qualifications needed to enter the occupation
- Projected employment change and job prospects
- State and area data
- Similar occupations
- Contacts for more information
Here is a list of websites for career information
Discover what it takes to join the Military and learn how a career of service can lead to a fulfilling life.
College & Career Compass
A great tool to research information about post-high school options!
Washington Career Bridge
A guide to education and careers in Washington.
On this website you can do an Interest Assessment, Match Skills, Find Programs, Scholarships and more!
Career Search Website
Not sure what careers might be right for you? Use this online tool from the US Dept. of Education to Explore Careers or use the Interest Profiler to match your interests to potential careers. Then come to the RHS Counseling Center and let us know what you found out!
Ready, Set, Grad!
This site sponsored by the Washington Student Achievement Council provides 6th through 12th grade students with online tools to help explore career paths, postsecondary options and admissions, and financial aid.