Career Readiness Features
Assessments help middle and high school students explore careers that align with their strengths and interests. Students can learn about requirements for specific careers, explore local and national salaries, and create a plan to reach career goals.
- Career Key encourages exploration of a variety of occupations and accurately matches students to careers that best fit their strengths for long-term success.
- Career Interest Profiler helps high school students discover more than 1,000 careers and learn and identify which specific careers match their profile and interests.
Resume Builder provides students with step-by-step guidance for creating an effective resume, which can be exported in PDF or Word format and used to apply for internships and jobs.
Naviance helps create 500,000 resumes each year.
Roadtrip Nation Interview Archive
The Roadtrip Nation interview archive is a digital career exploration tool that enables students to discover new pathways, interests, and ambitions. The archive includes more than 7,000 full-length video interviews conducted by young people, chronicling the diverse personal stories of leaders who have turned their interests into their life’s work.
Students can find videos that are a good match for them based on interest or thematic categories, or by answering a few questions to help tailor specific leaders and experiences to each student.
Career Exploration Tools
Understanding various careers and the training they require enables students to build a pathway to a meaningful career based on their strengths and interests.
With the career exploration and planning tools in Naviance, students will gain exposure to career areas of interest and learn what is required for them to reach their career goals. Students are guided to careers that match their interests to help them find best-fit careers, explore local and national wages, and create a plan to reach career goals.
Work-based learning enables schools to present students with career learning opportunities that will help them gain experience and determine their best-fit career.
- Students can view, act on, and track local work-based learning opportunities, such as internships, externships, job shadows, career fairs, field trips, and guest speakers.
- Schools can enter available virtual or in-person work-based learning opportunities for students to participate in.
Access to work-based learning opportunities allows students to enhance their career research and planning, ultimately paving the way for them to identify their best-fit career path after high school.