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College Major and Career Research

College Majors

Selecting a major does not mean you will limit the career choices available to you after graduation. If you choose a major that you intrinsically enjoy, you are more likely to excel academically, you will be more motivated in the classes you take, and when it is time to start looking for a job or applying to graduate school you will be able to explain with enthusiasm why you chose your major and what you gained from doing so. 

When choosing a major it is beneficial to understand your strengths and your interests. Consider taking one or more of the Lynbrook self-assessment questionnaires offered through MyRoad or Family Connection.

 

Self Assessments

 

Major Information

Career Information

Website Description
Educate to Career College and career planning resources, enabling you to identify your best major, at an affordable college, with a great career outcome!

Career Search

Explore your career options with this handy resource.
Tech Prep Computer Science Information about programming. Learn code, explore careers, get info.
Health Management Careers Information about careers in health management
Start Here Go Places Information about becoming a CPA
California Career Zone A non-profit website with self assessments and career "family" explorations.
CareerOneStop Sponsored by the US Department of Labor for students, job seekers, businesses.
College Board's Career Descriptions The SAT creator's website with self assessments, college information and career guidance.
Green Career Search (Think Green) Green job employment has grown more than twice as much as any other California industry for the period 1995 to 2009. Sustainability and green sector education is offered by no fewer than 88 schools in California. These programs range from certificates through doctoral degrees.
JobStar Central Scroll down to the bottom half for the real information, rather than ads.  It explores different career opportunities with career associations.
MyRoad The College Board's site for assessments and searches. You will need a code from the PSAT to access an account.
O*Net Online Career Exploration and Job analysis
Online Occupational Outlook Handbook The US Bureau of Labor Statistics guide to careers and career fields.
Planning Your Career Planning for college, financial aid and careers.
Vault Company rankings, career outlook and searches.  Get the inside scoop on top occupations from working professionals who give their take on ups, downs, career path, qualification, compensation and more.