Leading and Learning
Post Secondary Options

Upon graduating high school, students have several options for their chosen pathway. Explore the videos and tabs below for resources and helpful information on options after high school as well as career exploration.

 

           

 

Career One Stop Printable Resource

Self Exploration Work Sheet

For more information and assistance with post-secondary planning, contact your high school College & Career Specialist.

Interested in participating in sports at the college level? Find information and direction with NCAA or NAIA.  In addition, you should be reaching out to coaches at any schools you are thinking of attending, as well as working with the Athletic Director at your high school. 

  • College Board’s Big Future – Nationally based college & career planning tool offered by College Board. https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/
  • MyCareerShines – Online planning system for exploring college and career options.  Students can access through myStudent. Parents can create a parent account and link to their student’s information. https://Mycareershines.kuder.com

Many students choose to attend a state or community college after graduating high school. Options include earning an AA degree and transferring to a university, earning an AS degree and entering the workforce, or earning certification in one of the many programs these schools have to offer.

Did you know Florida is home to 48 technical colleges and 28 state colleges offering career and technical training in 17 career pathways? Career and Technical Education programs offer exciting options for students, allowing you to move toward your career faster and more affordably than the 4-year or more traditional university track.

Visit GetThereFL.com to learn more about the benefits of CTE, aligning yourself with your interests within a career pathway, and connecting with your local college to learn more and enroll in a program.

The ASVAB is available to all students interested in career interest and career aptitude testing. Students interested in a career in the US Military should also take the ASVAB as it is a requirement for enlistment. There is no cost to take the exam. Learn more at: asvabprogram.com/student-program

  • MyCareerShines – Online planning system for exploring college and career options.  Student can access through myStudent. Parents can create a parent account and link to their student’s informatio. https://Mycareershines.kuder.com
  • CareerSource Employment Services - CareerSource serves Pasco and Hernando counties, providing assistance to job-seekers in the area, including resume assistance, interview skills and short-term training for those who qualify. Go to http://www.careersourcepascohernando.com/default.aspx for more info, and be sure to check out the Youth Services programs they offer! For assistance in Pinellas county, go to https://www.careersourcepinellas.com/.
  • CareerOneStop – Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice. https://www.careeronestop.org/
  • My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. The site has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience. https://www.mynextmove.org/

Interested in participating in sports at the college level? Find information and direction with NCAA or NAIA.  In addition, you should be reaching out to coaches at any schools you are thinking of attending, as well as working with the Athletic Director at your high school. 

  • College Board’s Big Future – Nationally based college & career planning tool offered by College Board. https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/
  • MyCareerShines – Online planning system for exploring college and career options.  Students can access through myStudent. Parents can create a parent account and link to their student’s information. https://Mycareershines.kuder.com

Many students choose to attend a state or community college after graduating high school. Options include earning an AA degree and transferring to a university, earning an AS degree and entering the workforce, or earning certification in one of the many programs these schools have to offer.

Did you know Florida is home to 48 technical colleges and 28 state colleges offering career and technical training in 17 career pathways? Career and Technical Education programs offer exciting options for students, allowing you to move toward your career faster and more affordably than the 4-year or more traditional university track.

Visit GetThereFL.com to learn more about the benefits of CTE, aligning yourself with your interests within a career pathway, and connecting with your local college to learn more and enroll in a program.

The ASVAB is available to all students interested in career interest and career aptitude testing. Students interested in a career in the US Military should also take the ASVAB as it is a requirement for enlistment. There is no cost to take the exam. Learn more at: asvabprogram.com/student-program

  • MyCareerShines – Online planning system for exploring college and career options.  Student can access through myStudent. Parents can create a parent account and link to their student’s informatio. https://Mycareershines.kuder.com
  • CareerSource Employment Services - CareerSource serves Pasco and Hernando counties, providing assistance to job-seekers in the area, including resume assistance, interview skills and short-term training for those who qualify. Go to http://www.careersourcepascohernando.com/default.aspx for more info, and be sure to check out the Youth Services programs they offer! For assistance in Pinellas county, go to https://www.careersourcepinellas.com/.
  • CareerOneStop – Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice. https://www.careeronestop.org/
  • My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. The site has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience. https://www.mynextmove.org/