College Board
This is a quick career assessment you can take online. The answers you provide will be used to find careers that match your interests and abilities.

Choosing a College Major: How to Chart Your Ideal Path
This article is all about giving you some pointers and direction for your journey toward finding that ideal path for you. But it is a journey, so make sure you spend some time thinking about it before making a decision. And don't be discouraged if you still don't have a major the first time you take this journey…your goal should be narrowing your focus from all possible majors to a few areas that you can then explore in greater depth. (Source: QuintCareers.Com)

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a great resource to research occupations. For any occupation that sounds interesting, use the Handbook to find out what the work entails; what education and training is required; what the advancement possibilities, earnings, and job outlook are; and what related occupations are. Each occupational statement in the Handbook follows a standard format, making it easier for you to compare occupations.

CollegeView Career Center
The CollegeView® Career Center is designed to help you get your career on track, and to provide you with the tools to start planning your future--use it to locate career opportunities, determine what fields are growing and which ones are shrinking, write your resume and cover letter, shine in a job interview, and negotiate salary and other aspects of a new career.

Self-Directed Search
Search for careers that match your interests and ambitions and discover what's right for your future. The Holland Self-Directed Search® is an easy-to-use, self-guided assessment system that helps find the occupations and fields of study best suited to your interests and skills - take it online!