Learn about different careers, take a career assessment, or find information about job hunting, workplace skills, college planning, and financial aid.
- Ferguson's Career Guidance Center
Offers detailed and up to date descriptions of more than 2,000 of the most popular jobs in 94 industries. Job hunting, workplace skills, college planning, and financial aid information is also provided.
- Vocational Biographies
Provides the career success stories of 1,000+ people across America. Searchable by career title, career cluster, career pathway, keyword, DOT and Holland Codes.
Contains occupational descriptions and matches interests with careers. Provides tools for the job search process including 4 different modules: (1) Choices Explorer for career exploration; (2) Choices Planner for career planning and education, as well as Michigan specific information; (3) Ability Profiler to connect your ability to potential careers. Use password: begin; (4) National Application Center to apply to colleges online and track your applications.
Find detailed occupational descriptions designed for use by job seekers, workforce development professionals, students and more!
- Career OneStop
Explore career options by viewing occupational trends and wages, researching employers and exploring work options.
Get help with career planning. The CES will help you take a career assessment, generate a potential list of careers, and guide you in choosing a college major/ program. Contact CES at 517-483-1172 to register.
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