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Career/Vocational Information

Assistance with identifying career options is available through individual sessions with a Counselor Monday through Friday. 

  • Research your career and college options from home through our website under Online Career Resources information below.

 

  • Research career and educational options through Career Coach

 

  • IWCJC students can also use  a comprehensive career planning tool from any location (school, library, work, or home). You will need to get a logon password by visiting your campus Counselor.

 

  • Job information in the “Blue Book of Jobs” can be found at the following campus locations: Bay City (lobby), Richmond (lobby), Sugar Land (Brazos Hall reception), Wharton Pioneer Student Center top floor lobby).

 

  • Employers who wish to provide job opportunities to WCJC students and alumni, please contact Cindy Kocian, Vocational Support Coordinator, cindyk@wcjc.edu or 979-532-6483.

 

Online Career Resources                                                        

Career Planning Information

Discover E: A sightseer’s guide to engineering careers.

 

 O*Net:  Explore career options (salary, job outlook and descriptions) as well as job search tips.

 

College for All Texans:  Extensive information on careers, colleges and financial aid including links to Texas colleges and universities. Can search for colleges by Major.

 

Occupational Outlook Handbook: source of career information including job duties,employment outlook and salaries.

 

What do I do with a Major in? Excellent resources organized by college majors for job titles and professional links.

 

Texas Hot Jobs:  A complete resource of health and medical careers in Texas including full descriptions, salary and educational levels required, and listings of schools in Texas offering degrees.

 

Tracer:   Texas career information website provides statistics and analyses on the dynamics of the Texas labor market as well as a wide array of career and occupational information through software programs and printed publications.

 

Free Online Career Assessment

http://www.keirsey.com  Personality preference indicator

 

Explore career and technical fields and college options to get you there

 

9 Types  Personality style quiz

 

Career Coach Career Assessment

 

 

Job Search Resources

Fort Bend County Libraries Job and Career Accelerator: create resumes cover letters, get information about occupations, interviewing and match interests and skills with jobs.

Wharton County Libraries Career Center Plus

The online Job Hunters Bible contains many tips and resources for the career changer and job seeker.

Salary information

Texas Workforce Solutions

 

For further information or individual assistance with career questions contact your campus Counselor or Academic Advisor.

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