The ASVAB/Career Exploration Program (CEP) is a comprehensive, FREE, no commitment career-planning resources designed to help young people align their strengths and interests with a post-secondary plan that works. Students gain access to exclusive career exploration tools after they receive their ASVAB scores. Then, they can independently explore any careers that interest them, including those found in the Military.
Participation in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) is voluntary and your scores will NOT be released to the military unless you/your parents sign an Opt-In Release form. However, talking with a recruiter does not mean students have to enlist in the Armed Forces.
The ASVAB Career Exloration Program is made up of three components:
PART 1 – ASVAB. The Armed Services Vocational Abilities Battery, or ASVAB (paper/pencil version), will be offered at LCM High School on Tuesday, October 18, 2022. The ASVAB is a FREE test for sophomores, juniors, and seniors to help students determine their vocational and career interests. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are interested in taking the ASVAB for military purposes may also do so on this date. Interested students must sign up in the Counseling Office by Friday, October 7.
PART 2 – FYI & OCCU-Find. Student who took the ASVAB will import those restuls into the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, which can help students find out how interests and skills relate to the demands of more than 400 occupations. On Tuesday, November 15, an ASVAB CEP representative will be on campus to help students to understand how their skills, interests, and values will assist them as they plan for college and their future in the world of work.
How to Prepare for the ASVAB
ASVAB Career Exploration Program Fact Sheet
Try some sample online ASVAB Questions
ASVAB Practice Tests are available in EBSCO Learning Express found on the LCMHS Library webpage (get login/password from Librarian). Click on Career Exploration → Enter the Military. You can create an account inside Learning Express to save your work.
Career Exploration Program – OCCU-Find Database