Armed Servies Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
Although the ASVAB is best known as a military entrance exam, it is also commonly used as a career exploration exam. The program provides tools to help students learn more about career exploration and planning, in both the civilian and military worlds of work.
The ASVAB CEP is made up of three components:
- ASVAB: The aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors.
- FYI: The interest inventory measures your work-related interests.
- OCCU-Find: A career catalog with activities to help you put a plan together.
High school students in grades 10-12, and first and second year post-secondary school students can participate. Participation in the CEP is voluntary, but the future is mandatory. So, be ready!
How it works…
ASVAB CEP helps you figure out what you’re good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. After you take the test you will participate in a series of activities to help you understand your scores, yourself, and your options.
Thurston High will offer the ASVAB on Dec. 5th, time 8am. Please sign up at the College & Career Center.