All programs are available in the Career Planning Center and most programs are available online. Following is a list of our licensed computer programs and online access information.
An engaging and inspiring career learning program which assists people of all ages to achieve their full potential in school, career and life. It comes complete with an interactive Living Portfolio, Matchmaker assessment tool, multimedia occupational profiles, detailed career information, and more.
Choices Explorer, Choices Planner and Ability Profiler
Choices Explorer --- Obtain up-to-date information on specific careers, such as current salary, education requirements and labor market trends. Explore career and education options and read interviews with people doing interesting work.
Choices Planner -- Learn about yourself with assessments and connect your course plans, post-secondary options and career goals.
Ability Profiler -- Assessment results give you an understanding of your abilities in arithmetic reasoning, computation, vocabulary, three-dimensional space, name comparison and object matching, and demonstrates the relevance between aptitude scores and the world of work
Web site: Bridges
Site ID : 0001236
Ability Profiler Password: begin
Chronicle Career Library/Occupational Briefs
Presents information on more than 2,000 occupational titles, including comprehensive occupational descriptions, ranging from those that require a high school diploma or less, through professional careers; that's more than 95% of the jobs in the workforce
Web site: Chronicle Career Library
To obtain Access Code, do one of the following:
1) call the Career Planning Center at (714) 484-7120
2) e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and receive the Logon instructions within 2-3 business days.
3) meet with a Career Counselor
4) enroll in a Career Class
EUREKA, MicroSKILLS and FundingFinder
This powerful, user-friendly computer program contains a tremendous amount of valuable career information. Features include: Occupations
(description, pay, labor outlook, preparation, etc.) Programs of Study
(schools offering majors and degree programs), Industries (e.g. banking, construction, insurance, telecommunications, etc.) Financial Aid
, Owning your Own Business, and MicroSkills
(measuring and matching skills to career possibilities).
The online version of this program is valuable, however, the most complete and comprehensive version of this program is available in the Career Planning Center.
Web site: EUREKA
1st Time Users
Go to Member Login box and Click here to register:
Enter EUREKA site ID code: J1DJUXH
Complete the Personal Information page
Create Log in and Password
Facts on File
Accurate and current Online Reference Databases that are curriculum-oriented and interactive covering a wide range of subjects, such as history, science, careers, literature, geography, and more. Each subject-specific database offers you an unprecedented depth of coverage -- with extensively hyperlinked full-text records, citation information, and a wide range of printable resources.
Vocational Biographies Online
With this program you can career shadow up to 1,001 persons from across America. Click on one of the 7 search buttons at the top of the page. You will get a list of titles. Click on one of the titles and the career story will appear for you to read or print.
WinWay Résumé program
Available only in the Career Planning Center
, this program helps YOU create a professional looking résumé, while instructing you on the basics of résumé writing.