Career Exploration and Investigation
Career Services offers resources with information on more than 1000 occupations and many industries. Expland your awareness by learning about job titles, skills, work environments, education requirements, wages, employment outlook, and other career preferences. We also offer resources on self-employment, apprenticeship programs/trades, and career transition for people in new or challenging life circumstances.
Call Career Services at 360-992-2902 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about these resources or to schedule a meeting with a career advisor. Below you will find a list of these resources. If you're ready to explore, click the links to dive right in!
MyPlan is your personal guide for career, academic, and financial wellness planning. It includes activities for learning about careers related to your interests, strengths, and values.
You may start with the Career Planning section of MyPlan and explore the Career Awareness activities, designed to broaden your thinking and knowledge about careers. There you will find a downloadable career exploration activity and links to more career planning resources.
Prospective and Current Student Resources
The following resources require passwords available to current Clark students through the Clark Students MyClark@Clark page. Community members may access these resources in meetings with Career Services and other Clark College Staff.
- WOIS–WA Career Information System - comprehensive career and education information for over 600 common occupations in Washington state and education programs across the country.
- SuperStrong - Career Interest Assessment - brief, no-cost career interests assessment
- Roadtrip Nation - brief video interviews with industry leaders who describe their unique career journeys
- O*NET Online - nationwide information about nearly 1000 occupations, searchable by career cluster/industry/national employment outlook
- What Can I do With This Major? - discover job titles related to dozens of common academic majors
- Washington Career Bridge - one-stop Washington state resources with information about careers, job trends, and education/training options
- CareerOneStop - national one-stop career resource
- NCDA Career Planning Resources - curated list of career planning resources by National Career Development Association
- Job Search Websites - job search engines, internship and volunteer websites recommended by Career Services staff
Books and Print Resources
Due to the college's remote operations, book and print resources are not currently available. We hope to make these resources available to you when we return to normal campus operations. Click the link to browse books and reference materials, and consider using your local library to access these and related publications.