• This resource page is for students and parents to explore career opportunities that will assist students in the future endeavors of being enrolled, enlisted or employed.  You can find information about the 16 Career Clusters, Career Assessments, Career Exploration, ASVAB and so much more! 


    Bureau of Labor Statistics:  

    Check on the occupational outlook of your desired career. Are there going to be a lot of careers in this field when you graduate high school? What about when you graduate from college? Explore the highest paying, fastest growing, and most new jobs on the market. 

    Career One Stop:  

    Explore careers. Research salary and benefits. Find what education and training you need for your future career. Start here with your job search. Discover resume and interview tips.

    Career One Stop Skills Profiler: 

    Check out this informal assessment to explore careers that use the skills that you already have! 

    Know It All:  

    These Day in the Life Work Videos sponsored by SCETV have been created to enhance the career guidance and school counseling efforts in grades K-12. The resources are provided to assist with career awareness, career exploration, and career preparation of students with the objective of facilitating a successful transition into post-secondary opportunities and the 21st century global workplace. 

     My Next Move

    Sponsored by the US Department of Labor, My Next Move is a virtual site providing career information and outlook centered on student’s interests.  

     O*Net Online

    Browse occupations based on career cluster, industry, abilities, interests, skills, and more. Discover jobs experiencing rapid growth and a bright outlook in future years. Find out salary and wages for your job specific to location.

     O*Net Skills Search Assessment:

    Check out this information assessment to explore careers based on your skills.  

    Princeton Review Major/Career Search

    Already know what you want to major in? Check out this website to explore careers in that major. Learn specifics about that career like "a day in the life," salary, quality of life, and graduate programs.

    University of South Carolina's Career Center Resources

    Explore careers and majors, take career assessments, and explore career and occupational information. Tons of resources!