Carroll College Career Services is committed to helping students find the best career for them through a myriad of resources. However, access to these resources is limited. They are paid subscriptions and are accessible only via Career Services. Access is free to Carroll students.
Montana Career Information System provides comprehensive information on the following topics: Occupation, Military Employment, Self-Employment, Graduate Schools, Financial Aid, Programs of Study and much more!
Create a PORTFOLIO on this site with your own user name and password.
The OOQ, produced in the same office as the Occupational Outlook Handbook, offers practical information on jobs and careers. Articles are written in straightforward, non-technical language and cover a wide variety of career- and work-related topics such as occupations by industry, tips for jobseekers, unusual occupations, and results of new studies from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupation Outlook Handbook
This Handbook has complied list of data and information about diffrent occupations based on research done within United States. To use this tool just search for a occupation clicking on the link and then type in a desired occupation into the search bar on the upper right hand side.
The Career Project.org is an interactive career research tool that provides personal and uncensored look into thousands of real careers and jobs through the eyes of the people who have them. Each career profile has three sections; an extensive interview with the participant about their job, a detailed personal account of an average day on that job, and "Ask Me" a place where you can ask each participant any additional questions about their career. Learn what people really make and do all day, what they really love/hate about their position, how they got their job and what they suggest for you to do to find a similar position and much more!
Simply register using your Carroll email address to access all Career Project benefits for free!
This is a great site for researching careers, occupations, what you can do with certain majors, as well as researching colleges. The site also has some career assessment tools that you can take to help guide you with your career decisions. Click here to get started.