Career Planning

For more information on career planning/information see your counselor or find KHS's College & Career Counselor, Marja Bjarnson in room 204 in the library or email at mbjarnson@nkschools.org.

 
Career Planner  is a complete system of occupations, educational training programs and post-secondary schools. The system is designed to be easy to navigate and user friendly. Users of Career Planner can find all the information they need about careers and the training required to enter those careers in one reliable source. Career Planner information is updated annually, making it the most current information available, includes: 
  • More than 520 occupation descriptions covering 1,100 careers. Organized alphabetically, by clusters and by career paths 
  • 400+ educational program descriptions. Organized alphabetically, by clusters and by career paths 
  • 300+ post-secondary school descriptions 
  • Military occupation descriptions 
  • Four career assessment tool (Career Interest Areas Activity, Interest Profiler, Work Importance Locator, Skills Assessment) 
  • Washington School Search and comparison 
  • National College Search 
Access Career Planner via 'Student Links' on your desktop of a school computer or laptop. To access from a different device click here: 

  https://northkitsap.schooldata.net/hsb

 
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB 
 
Check out information on the ASVAB testThe ASVAB is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military. It is used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United States Armed Forces. It is often offered to 10th, 11th and 12th grade high school students, though anyone eligible for enlistment may take it. The ASVAB is usually given at KHS in the spring.
 
To learn more about the branches of the US Armed Services, visit their websites: Airforce, Army, Coast Guard and Navy. Want to enter the military as an officer and also get college benefits? Check out ROTC.



Bureau of Labor Statistics 
 
Check out information on jobs and careers in the US through interactive games, quizzes and videos: www.bls.gov/k12
How to Make a Resume 
 
Learn how to make a resume at Resume.com.