Carroll College, Helena Montana
Career Exploration

Careers & Majors

Who are you?

Discover your strengths and asses your interest and values.  There are many ways to assess your values and interests.  Career Assessments can help you find the words to describe yourself more effectively.  The following programs can help you identify and articulate your interests and values. 

Montana Career Information System*

*Students: Login to MyCarroll to gain access information

Montana Career Information SystemMontana Career Information System provides comprehensive information on the following topics: Occupations, Career-Related Interests, Skills Assessment, Job Supply and Demand, & Salary Data. Additionally it provides information on Graduate Schools,  Financial Aid, Programs of Study, Military Employment,  Self-Employment,  and much more! 

Create a PORTFOLIO on this site with your own user name and password to save your career exploratory work!

Strong Interest Inventory

The Strong Interest Inventory identifies students' specific career-related interests and preferences, and links them to various jobs, work settings, and career fields.  You can take the Strong as part of the Career Explorations class or connect with Career Services and a Career Counselor.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)

Discover the vocabulary to talk about your preferences and gain a better understanding of the types of people, environments and tasks that engage you. 


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.

What Can I do?

Virtual Card Sort for Careers


Work Importance LocatorThe work importance locator can help you gather your interest to find suitable careers based on what your comfort zones are.



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.

Occupational Outlook Quarterly, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

United States 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. 

Career One Stop

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