My Future focuses primarily on Military opportunities. Perhaps the easiest way to get started is to take the “Work Interest Quiz”. Even if you are not interested in the military, this short quiz can help identify the types of work styles that you might ultimately be interested in. The test generates “work styles” that in response to your likes/dislikes. Some categories are: “Realistic,” “Social,” “Investigative,” “Conventional,” “Enterprising,” “Artistic.” Clicking on each link will bring up a list of jobs that fit into that category, both in civilian and military environments.
After you have done this, it would probably be a good idea to check out the military opportunities, matching them with your results. Clicking on the different branches of the service will enable you to explore their offerings more thoroughly.
There is a section on “Money Matters,” where you explore scholarship tips, grant tips, ROTC programs, military programs, work-study programs and loan tips. And finally, a resume builder, for any who might be ready to apply their skills to the workplace.
– Easy to navigate the site with well-outlined access to above-mentioned features
– Logical approach to considering a military career or to determine your interests
– Service is free
– Comprehensive look at career, scholarships, grants, loans and more
– This site covers military education only
There is no cost associated with using My Career.
My Career does not present individual degree programs, but rather helping you determine if a military career is right for you.
ROTC is discussed, as is the type of training you will receive in the military.
This is the military, and the experience will be decidedly different from any in the community at large. However, by exploring officer programs and/or technical expertise, you can get a feel for the type of environment you will be exposed to.
My Future is designed to help you explore the military options and school funds the military subsequently provides. It does so in a professional manner, with many avenues to explore, from within the military page alone.
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