• Career Exploration Websites 

  • O*net

     O*Net-A tool for career exploration and job analysis. Learn tasks, skill and education requirements, typical wages, and more for specific careers.

  • My Next Move

    My Next Move-  Search careers, browse careers by industry, or take an interest assessment to find out which career is best for you.

    My Next Move in Spanish   

    My Next Move in Spanish-  Search careers, browse careers by industry, or take an interest assessment to find out which career is best for you.

  • National Collaborative       

    Website with information and resources about employment and youth with disabilities. 

  • career cruising

    Career Cruising **(Link will only work within LAUSD network).**  https://www2.careercruising.com/main

    Take an interest assessment to find a list of careers that fit you and your interests. Then investigate careers that are a good match for you through interviews with professionals, links to schools that provide the necessary education, and information on earnings in the job in California.

  • CareerOneStop

    CareerOneStop - Central database compiling information from state job banks. Also has tools for determining your career pathway 


    CareerOneStop Videos 
    A site where you can watch videos of people working in various careers (nearly 550 careers); Organized by the 16 career clusters recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. 


    CareerOneStop Get My Future  

    A site where you can search through various resources relating to finishing high school, writing resumes, get work experience, apply to college, etc. 

  • Talent Knows No Limits

    Talent Knows No Limits- A California public education resource for the employment of people with disabilities 

  • Road Trip Nation

    Road Trip Nation - A compilation of interviews of successful people in a wide variety of occupations.

  • drive of your life

    Drive of your Life -A fun online career exploration game that helps middle school and high school students learn more about themselves, higher education and careers. This free educational tool lets kids answer a series of questions about themselves to learn what careers could interest them and then go on a virtual drive to learn more about each of those careers – all in their own customized car.

  • California Career Center


     California Career Center-a virtual counselor for career and college exploration and planning resources to help students map their futures. The Career Center is focused on students but also contains resources for counselors, teachers, and parents/guardians

    Career Surfer


    Career Surfer Mobile - a new application that students can download from iTunes and Google Play to begin exploring careers on their mobile devices.

  • California Career Zone

    California Career Zone- a web-based career exploration system providing four easy to use career assessment tools and information on over 900 California occupations.

  • JobTIPS

    JobTIPS  A site with great visuals and resources that shows students with autism or learning disabilities ways to get and keep a job.

  • Search Engines for Jobs/Volunteer Positions

  • Hire LA Youth

    Hire LA Youth -This program trains you for free and then allows you to attend job fairs- **Registration required

  • CalJobs

    Cal Jobs- Search for local jobs with keyword and zipcode.

  • GrooveJob

    GrooveJob.com-  Search part-time, hourly, seasonal, and other student jobs.

  • indeed.com

    Indeed.com- A huge database of various different jobs.

  • volunteer match

    VolunteerMatch.org-  Non-paying jobs, but great work experience opportunities that help build your resume. 

  • Idealist

    Idealist.org  -search volunteer and internships opportunities that will help build your resume