Career Information and Resources
WCJC offers multiple options to help you determine the career path that's right for
you! Take a look at one of our many career tools (listed below) or schedule an appointment
to speak with an academic advisor about options that may be right for you.
Career Assessment Tools
Career Coach: A free online resource includes interest assessments to help you identify and research
options. Career Coach can also be used to build a resume and find job openings.
MyPlan: A comprehensive online career planning tool with interest, personality and skills assessments. WCJC students may get the log-on password from a WCJC Academic Advisor.Job Opportunities and Information
Current job openings can be found in the "Book of Jobs" at every WCJC campus location:
- Pioneer Student Center on the Wharton campus;
- Richmond lobby;
- Brazos Hall reception desk in Sugar Land; and
- Bay City lobby.
Employers who wish to provide information regarding job opportunities for WCJC students and alumni, please contact Cindy Kocian, Vocational Support Coordinator, email@example.com or 979-532-6483.
Additional Career Resources
CareerOneStop: Career exploration, training, jobs, and videos from the US Department of Labor.
College for All Texans: Extensive information on careers, colleges, and financial aid, including links to
Texas Colleges and Universities.
Discover E: A guide to engineering careers.
O*Net: Career exploration, including salary, job outlook and descriptions, as well as job search tips.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: Career information, including job duties, employment outlook, and salaries.
Texas Genuine: Explore career and technical fields and college options to get you there.
Texas Hot Jobs: A complete resource of health and medical careers in Texas, including full job descriptions, salary, and educational levels required. Also include listings of schools in Texas that offer health-professions degrees.
Texas Reality Check : Lifestyle and occupation calculator.
Tracer: Texas career information website that provides statistics and analyses on the Texas labor market. Includes a wide array of career and occupational information through software programs and printed publications.
What Do I Do with a Major In?: Excellent resource that links college majors to distinct job titles and professional links.
Job Hunters Bible: Tips and resources for the career-changer and job-seeker.
Salary information: Look up salary ranges for any career by location.
Texas Workforce Solutions: Job search information including in-demand jobs and employment opportunities.