Explore career pathways, educational training options, self-assessment resources, and labor market data.

Take free SELF-ASSESSMENTS that connect your interests with career fields.

Choose from a 6 or 60-question assessment. Specific degrees and training options at Walla Walla Community College will appear for recommended career matches, if currently offered at WWCC.

WWCC Career Coach

See how your interests align with suggested career fields. Available WWCC degree options appear for recommended career matches.


Choose one of these interest-based 60-question assessments to see how activities you enjoy can translate to potential career paths. Occupational information comes from national and state-specific labor market data.

MyNextMove

See how your interests align with suggested career fields, customizable by the level of education you want to pursue.

WorkSource

See how your interests align with suggested career fields. Create a free account to save and re-access your results.

MiProximoPaso

Vea como sus intereses se alinean con areas educacionales sugeridas, personalizables segun el nivel de educacion que desea alcanzar.

Search occupations by your ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, VALUES, and more.

Browse O*NET’s database of more than 900 occupations by choosing specific categories to filter your results.

Abilities

Search occupations that require specific cognitive, physical, psychomotor, or sensory abilities.

Interests

Search occupations by interest-based preferences for specific work environments and outcomes.

Skills

Search occupations by selected skill sets required to successfully implement occupational tasks and responsibilities.

Work Conditions

Search occupations that require specific physical work conditions, such as “spending time standing” or “making repetitive motions”.

Human Interaction

Search occupations that require specific types of interaction with people, such as “coaching and developing others” or “coordinating the work and activities of others.”

Knowledge

Search occupations by selected areas of knowledge required to successfully implement occupational tasks and responsibilities.

Values

Search occupations by value-based aspects of work that are important to your satisfaction, such as “achievement” or “support”.

Learn how specific DEGREES & PROGRAMS can prepare you for career pathways.

Click on one of WWCC’s program areas and degree options to view relevant career options.

WWCC Career Coach

Click on one of WWCC’s program areas to pull up a list of available degree options that prepare you for a variety of relevant career suggestions.


Engage in hands-on activities at one of these free community events that introduce you to WWCC workforce programs and their related career fields.

WWCC Try-A-Trade

Meet some of WWCC’s instructors who will introduce you to a variety of degree options through hands-on activities that correspond with relevant career pathways.


Compare how bachelor’s degree majors prepare you for both specific and broad career fields.

BigFuture

Browse categories and profiles for a variety of baccalaureate majors and careers, and see the interrelatedness between various choices of majors.

MyPlan

Answer the question you may have asked yourself, “What could I do with a major in…?”.

Watch these brief career introduction videos, listed alphabetically by industry or job title.

Compare IN-DEMAND and RAPID-GROWTH occupations and industries.

Career Bridge

View Washington job trends. Click the “in-demand” button and search by job title or salary range.

Employment Security Department

Compare levels of occupational-specific demand across each county in Washington.

MiProximoPaso

Ver los campos de empleo con panorama prospero de crecimiento rapido a nivel nacional.

Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges

Compare Washington’s workforce supply of graduates and occupational demand by specific career area, degree type, and geographic region.

MyNextMove

View employment fields with a bright outlook and rapid growth at the national level.

O*Net Online

Browse occupations that are projected to grow faster than average nationally or that have large quantities of job openings.

Research occupational WAGES, QUALIFICATIONS, and ON-THE-JOB TASKS.

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Click on 800+ occupational titles to learn about median wages, work environments, on-the-job tasks, recommended education and training, similar careers, and more.

CareerOneStop

Search occupational profiles that include career videos, on-the-job tasks, projected wages and employment, and links to college and degree options that provide the required training.

Education Research & Data Center

Browse by career industry, field of study, degree type, or Washington college/university to compare graduates’ average yearly wages ranging from 1-7 years after graduation.

MiProximoPaso

Ver 950+ ocupaciones para aprender sobre capacitación en el trabajo y tecnología, recomendaciones sobre conocimiento, y mucho mas.

Career Bridge

Click on a career cluster and job title to research median wages in Washington, plus view statewide college and degree options that prepare you for each selected career.

Employment Security Department

Click on occupational titles to access job descriptions, average wages, Washington-specific job demand, and required education.

MyNextMove

View 950+ occupations to learn about on-the-job tasks and technology, recommended knowledge and abilities, salaries and much more.