Counseling/Career Center Resources
About the Center
We invite all students or prospective students to use the resources
available at the Counseling/ Career Center to ensure that your goals and education are right for you. Call the Counseling/ Career Center to make an appointmen.
- WOIS (Washington Occupational Information System) - Information
specific to the state of Washington. Career assessments generate a
list of job titles that match your answers. The occupational information
section describes over 300 jobs and is especially good for pay scales and
growth projections. The education programs section describes over 400
training programs in the state.
- Vocational Biographies - Interviews with real people in hundreds of different occupations.
- Internet - Bookmarks for you to use to get information on careers, other colleges, financial aid and scholarships, job searches, employer information, and study abroad. An Internet Guide is available to take home.
- Career-Related Books - Including books on unusual occupational areas such as robotic careers, paramedical careers, careers for sport nuts, animal lovers, and kids at heart. Also several different dictionaries of occupations. Some are available to check out.
- College Catalogs - Catalogs for all Washington and Oregon colleges
and universities as well as some from other states. Also, transfer guides
for Washington four-year schools.
- Directories and Guides - For scholarships, trade schools, colleges, and universities.
Check out our scholarship bulletin board. Use the Internet to connect to a Web site where you can conduct a personal scholarship search.
A counselor can assist you with career exploration tools, including:
- The Strong Interest Inventory
- The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
- The Career Decision Making System