Career Exploration, Planning and Decision Making

Minnesota Careers

This simple guide from the Minnesota Department of Employment Security helps younger persons answer the questions “What do I want to do?” and “How do I get there?” while also planning a career path. The site includes a short interest inventory based on Holland’s RIASEC model and offers facilitator and parental resource guides.


This is a guide to career planning, exploration, and decision making for young persons aged 15 to 24 with interactive tools that can be used as they work through the steps and exercises. The career planning process is divided into three steps: Discover Yourself, Discover Your Options, and Make a Decision; and each step also links to additional resources. Users must have Javascript and cookies enabled in order to complete the many online assessments and inventories. Teachers’ guides are available for download, and there is a place for persons to submit questions via e-mail. is a service of the Calgary Youth Employment Center in Canada.

My Guidewire

Discover purpose, success and happiness with MyGuidewire’s career planning and life management resource. Personal coaching, goal setting tools, personality assessments, job search and more.

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