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Career Planning

The Counseling Department's goal is to ensure students feel prepared and confident to enter the world of work. We have developed a comprehensive 4-year career planning guide to assist students through the career exploration process. In Naviance, students can build a career exploration portfolio. Each year, a theme (learn, discover, explore, and launch) focuses students on tasks that will best prepare them for life after high school.

Career Exploration Resources

Need help figuring out what career you want to pursue?  Be sure to complete the "Career Cluster Finder" and "Career Interests Profiler" in Naviance to help you identify your interests. In addition, the sites listed below can help you research different careers and salary information, in addition to job opportunities:

BLS Occupational Outlook Handbook: Find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.

San Diego Workforce Partnership (SDWP): The SDWP funds job training programs that empower job seekers to meet the current and future workforce needs of employers in San Diego County. 

CareerOneStop: Find career, training and job search resources.

CalJobs: Search for local area jobs.

O*net: Online tool for career exploration and job analysis.

Job Search Websites

Most job search websites will allow you to search for jobs based on criteria you select such as location, salary, job function, etc. To maximize your search capabilities, you may want to consider creating an account, and uploading a resume, this way companies can search for you! Use the tools in Naviance for more help creating a resume. Below are some sites SCHS students have used to find a job:






Military Resources

 ASVAB: The ASVAB will be offered at Sage Creek High School on Tuesday, December 11th.

Click here to register for the ASVAB! 

(you must use your @cusd email address to register)

Join the Military: Learn how you can enter the U.S. military.

Today's Military: Discover the options available through the U.S. military.

Internship and Apprenticeship Resources