Not interested in joining the military after high school?
You have something in common with 83% of those who participate in the ASVAB CEP.
ASVAB testing and the Career Exploration Program (CEP) is available to students in 10-12th grade ...
Participation is ALWAYS voluntary and FREE.
ASVAB Overview Booklet with FAQs and sample questions
More information about ASVAB Career Exploration Program: https://www.asvabprogram.com
Parent Guide to ASVAB Career Planning: https://www.asvabprogram.com/parents
More information about Careers in the Military
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is the only career planning resource that allows students to explore multiple paths to success — college, certificates, apprenticeships, licensure programs, or the Military – in one place.
• MULTIPLE-APTITUDE TEST: The ASVAB assesses a student’s ability to learn new skills and is a predictor of success in training and education programs regardless of post-secondary intention.
• INTEREST INVENTORY: The Find Your Interests inventory is based on John Holland’s widely accepted theory of career choice.
• CAREER EXPLORATION TOOLS: Armed with an understanding of their skills and interests, students then explore careers that coincide with their unique skill-interest profile.
• OCCU-Find, a catalog of careers with job-related information all geared toward helping students identify satisfying occupations.
• My Portfolio, a customizable resume-like document designed to help students chart and share their plans and accomplishments.
• My Educational and Career Plans, a guided exercise to encourage students to explore occupations based on their interests, achievements and favorite experiences, make initial career plans, and evaluate current and future programs of study.
• My Coursework Planner, an activity to help students determine remaining coursework requirements for entry into occupations of interest.
• www.careersinthemilitary.com, a comprehensive online resource powered by ASVAB CEP that allows students to discover extensive details about military career opportunities across all Services, their Service-specific ASVAB line scores and which Services offer which jobs.
• ASVAB CEP promotes career literacy through exposure to career-field entry requirements and future-oriented planning tools to help students develop an action plan to share with parents and educators.