Additional Resources

In this section, we've compiled a list of some helpful websites, books, and articles that you and your child can use to apply concepts in this book or to do additional research.

Career Assessments

  1. CareerKey
  2. http://www.careerkey.org
  3. Career Key is an interest assessment based on John Holland's theory of career choice, referenced in chapter 2. It uses your child's interests to recommend college majors and careers. Career Key is widely used in schools and is also available for purchase by individuals.
  1. Gallup StrengthsExplorer
  2. https://www.strengths-explorer.com
  3. Gallup StrengthsExplorer, referenced in chapter 2, is a strengths assessment designed for children between the ages of 10 and 14. StrengthsExplorer is widely used in schools and is also available for purchase by individuals.
  1. O*NET Interest Profiler
  2. https://www.mynextmove.org/explore/ip
  3. The U.S. Department of Labor provides free online access to the O*NET Interest Profiler, referenced in chapter 2, at the MyNextMove website.
  1. Strengths for Success
  2. https://www.humanesources.com/strengths-for-success
  3. Strengths for Success is an online resource available for purchase by individuals that helps you and your child to assess personality type as well as work and learning preferences. It provides a detailed report that can be helpful in identifying potential careers.

Academic Resources

  1. Khan Academy
  2. http://www.khanacademy.org
  3. Khan Academy, referenced in chapter 4, is a vast source of free high-quality ...

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