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Career planning is a lifelong process that can help you manage important life and work decisions. Consider your priorities, options, and strengths to build a plan that gets you where you want to go.
Career planning helps you make decisions throughout your career, whether you are just starting or planning retirement. Follow these 4 steps to plan your career.
Knowing what to do after high school starts with knowing yourself. Take the first steps by understanding your values, interests, and abilities.
The first step in planning your career is to know what you value, your interests and the things you’re good at. It's time to get to know yourself. Take one or more of the quizzes to help plan your career path.
When planning your career, it’s important to explore the occupations you’re interested in. You might even discover opportunities you didn’t know you have.
The second step in planning your career is to explore the occupations you’re interested in and maybe discover some new ones. Find the tools you'll need.
Making big decisions is about taking control of your life. Here’s some advice on how to make important career decisions with confidence.
The third step in planning your career is to make your decision and evaluate your career options. Follow these suggestions to help identify the best option for you.
By now, you’ve decided on your next career move. You also know there will be challenges. It's time to make sure your career move will be a success.
Get where you want to go. It can be exciting to identify a career direction and create a plan to pursue it! At the same time, where you are right now can seem like a long way from where you want to be. These 5 steps will help you take action and shorten the distance between you and your vision of the future.
Your dreams for your future can be powerful motivators. But, to achieve them, you need to set goals. By taking the SMARTER approach, you’ll be better equipped to face challenges and make changes in your life and career.
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My Career Plan

My Career Plan is a personal record of all career planning activities from Know Yourself, Explore Options, Make Your Decision, and Take Action sections of the site. At any time you can view or print this career plan and see your progress.

NOTE: Information that you have completed and saved to your account on legacy CAREERinsite will be available here. However, we encourage you to consider re-doing the exercises to ensure accurate rankings of occupational matches, and more complete results.

My Quizzes & Activities

This section gives you a high level view of your progress as it relates to the available quizzes and activities. Review your results or jump back in and finish up a quiz in progress.

Know Yourself
My Interest Codes

Your work-related interests are an part important of being satisfied with your career. Rank the activities in this exercise to see what your interests are.

Interests Matching Occupations

Based on your results, you'll be linked to occupations related to your top interests.

My Abilities

Abilities are the things that naturally come easy for you. Complete this exercise to rate your abilities. 

Abilities Matching Occupations

Based on your results, you'll be linked to occupations related to your top abilities.

My Core Skills

You have not completed the core skills exercise yet.

My Work Values

When your career and your values are in line you're more likely to feel fulfilled. In this exercise discover your work values.

My Significant Experiences

In this exercise you will reflect on your experiences to gain an understanding of your skills and traits and how you can apply them to the career planning process.

My Skills

This exercise will help you identify the skills you described as a part of  your significant experiences.

My Traits

Complete this exercise to identify the traits that played a part in your significant experiences.

My Preferred Working Conditions

Complete this quiz to help you form a clear picture of the kind of workplace you could thrive in.

My Types of Intelligence

Complete this quiz to find out about your unique style of thinking and understanding.

My Vision

Use the following exercise to help you clarify what you really want out of life and work.

Explore Options
My Career Options Research

Save notes or ideas for career research here in your plan. Consider checking out websites, magazines, books, videos, television shows, newspapers, and blogs.

My Industries and Sectors

My Organizations

Learn about organizations and businesses to get ideas to focus on in your career plan.

My Occupations

Make notes of your favourite occupations. Exploring an occupation will help you learn more about day-to-day work, training and education, job trends, potential wages and so much more.

My Network

Create a list of organizations and companies you might approach to expand your network.

My Informational Interviews

My Hands-On Experience

Complete these exercises to identify careers to try before choosing a career option.

My Formal and Informal Learning

Save ideas and notes for learning opportunities. Both  formal and informal learning provide skills and experience.

My Job Shadowing or Working

Saves notes and ideas for job shadowing. Trying jobs you’re interested in is one of the best ways to explore.

My Volunteering

Save notes and ideas for volunteering. Like paid work, volunteering allows you to find out more about occupations and industries.

Make Your Decision
My Chosen Occupations

Compare My Occupational Options

My Learning Requirements

My Working Requirements

My Resources for Handling Challenges

Take Action
My Chosen Occupations

Identify key and supporting tasks required for the occupation. These tasks may be learning goals or gaining work or other experience.

My Stay Motivated