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ASVAB: It’s Your Future #youdecide

Contrary to popular belief, there is life after high school, and college is not your only option. Four-year college, two-year college, trade/certificate programs, the Military, a gap-year, and work—The possibilities really are endless.

ASVAB CEP

Contrary to popular belief, there is life after high school, and college is not your only option. Four-year college, two-year college, trade/certificate programs, the Military, a gap-year, and work—The possibilities really are endless.

Feeling a little unsure about your future? That’s okay! You don’t have to have everything figured out right now. The best thing to do is spend time learning about yourself, specifically your skills and interests, and how those elements relate to the world of work. This exercise will help you narrow down the types of jobs you would be good at and discover the different ways to get to those jobs so you can make a plan that works with your aspirations and your budget.

#DYK: Choosing a career aligned with your skills and interests increases your chances for career satisfaction.

The ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) is a career planning resource that helps you do just that! It is available at no cost to high schools nationwide. Students who sign up have the opportunity to figure out what they’re good at, their work-related interests, and the jobs that match. The program shows you details about all the different ways to get to those jobs and includes tools to start planning.

#DYK: Choosing classes that align with your goals can save you time and money.

Interested in a military career? Great! ASVAB CEP participants in 11th grade and beyond can use their scores to identify job opportunities most closely related to their skills and interests for which they qualify and use their ASVAB scores to enlist. Careersinthemilitary.com allows ASVAB CEP participants to research military career opportunities across all services, and see which services offer which jobs. Careersinthemilitary.com also gives ASVAB CEP participants access to their line scores so they can research jobs for which they qualify.

Not interested in a military career? Great! ASVAB CEP participants have no obligation to military service. The ASVAB is one of the most researched and respected aptitude assessments in the world. It identifies areas of trainability which helps students make important decisions about their future. The ASVAB is available as part of the ASVAB Career Exploration Program which has something for everyone. Participants gain knowledge about their unique skills and interests and careers that match. They have access to career field entry requirements, job outlook and salary details, all the paths to take to get to a chosen job, planning tools, and so much more!

#DYK: Understanding yourself is the first step toward choosing (and landing) your dream job.

Discover yourself and all of your options with the ASVAB CEP.

Military Careers

Like a gap year, trade school, or college, the Military is an option. And just like the others, it is not one-size-fits-all. There are literally thousands of career opportunities in the Military. Finally! Details are easy to find!

CareersintheMilitary.com contains everything you want to know about the Military as a postsecondary option: the benefits (like money for college), specific job opportunities in each Service, what boot camp is like (and how to succeed), commitment options, pay scales, ranks, the enlistment process and so much more.

ASVAB Career Exploration Program participants can even see their military line scores and compare them to entry requirements. You won’t find this information anywhere else!

Careersinthemilitary.com is a safe space for students and parents to become more informed consumers, and get a feel for what the Military is really like. Then, easily contact recruiters to discuss your options and find out more if you choose. #whatsyourdreamjob #youdecide

Find out more at www.asvabprogram.com and www.careersinthemilitary.com.

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