Career Development

High School Students Resources:

The website provides a variety of tools and resources that may be used to guide high school students in the college and career development process. Students may access the information without setting up an account. The page provides categories of information that includes the following titles: Articles & Advice, Tools & Checklists, College “Top” Lists, Find a College search filters, and a section titled College 101. Each underlined heading or subheading provides direct access to the resource, information, or tools with detailed description or samples provided on each subsection.
The resources on website provide college planning information for high school students in grades 9-12. The resources may be used for diverse multicultural student population. Additionally, the search filters facture in the pluralistic nature of our society with multicultural responsiveness that includes choices based on religion, campus setting, characteristics, location, tuition, test scores, and academic majors.

College Foundation of North Carolina:

College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) is a free service of the State of North Carolina provided by a collaboration of Pathways, the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority, and College Foundation, Inc. (College Foundation of North Carolina, 2017). CFNC promotes access to North Carolina higher education and assists students with education planning, career planning, and applying and paying for college.

Naviance: Connecting Learning to Life

Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness solution that helps districts and schools align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life (Hobsons, 2017).

College Graduates and Adults Resources

US.Jobs: is a career service provider by the National Labor Exchange for job seekers and employers with a variety of resources at the national, state, and local agencies levels (Exchange, 2017). Services are provided by DirectEmployers, a nonprofit Member-owned and managed association formed by Fortune 500 companies searching for a way to reduce recruiting costs, while regaining ownership of their recruitment brand. DirectEmployers Association, Inc. is a non-profit consortium of leading global employers. is a user friendly website with extensive resources for job seekers new out of college or adults with established career needs. The resources are very responsive to diverse population needs. Link with job opportunities are provided for the following diverse populations: Disability, Diversity, Veterans, Seniors, Youth Careers, and Veterans Job BankThis responsiveness to individuals with diverse social, intellectual, and . career needs benefits individuals who usually have difficulties finding careers opportunities that are responsive to their interest and needs.


CareerBuilder is a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company focused on helping employers find, hire and manage great talent (CareerBuilder, 2017). Combining advertising, software and services, CareerBuilder is a leader in the industry on recruiting solutions, employment screening and human capital management. It also operates top job sites around the world. The mission of CareerBuilder is to empower employment. The company strives to organize the entire world’s human capital data and make it meaningful for society.