There are two career software programs available to PC students: ECOS and DISCOVER (both on the Internet). Each of these career software programs includes a career assessment profile for exploring careers. DISCOVER requires you to have a pin number and can only be obtained from the counseling staff.
Please follow the steps below to create your own personalized account with ECOS to pursue a career and college search, as well as to take a career assessment to find out what careers suit you best:
|Art Conservator||Social Science Analyst||Biographer||Behavioral Science Advisors|
|Genealogist||Health Science Administrator||Librarian||Community Planner|
|Paleontologist||Foreign Affairs Officer||Technical Writer||Curator|
No one but you can decide your future. Why not be informed? Has deciding on a career become a dreaded job? Not sure what you want to do? Complete the Questionnaire to learn about jobs that match your likes and dislikes. You’ll definitely understand what kind of career would suit you best!
The Labor Market Support Services homepage from the Government of Manitoba is another site that addresses majors/careers as well as high demand occupations. It provides information on the labor market in Manitoba, including career planning information and high demand occupations. Occupational Information
All the sites I selected — having the domains: edu, org, gov — do not charge students for their services. They are user-friendly since one can quickly access information through the site index, site map, and information about the site. In addition, because these are “reference sites” developed by universities, government agencies, or publishers, they promote access to information and services — and they benefit students who are not clear about their major and need assistance with undeclared majors and useful insight into various career fields.
Please remember these counseling tools are to assist you in making career choices. Please meet with your counselor to discuss your career choices.
If you are experiencing any difficulty with ECOS or Discover, contact: