Student Resources

Career Exploration Resources

  • Career Information System (CIS360) is a career and college exploration tool.  You can take career assessments, learn about careers and college majors/training programs to prepare for careers and save all of your assessment reports and career research to your personal dashboard!

How to log-in:

  1. Students initially login with Bellevue College’s general login at: CIS360 Career Exploration. 

Log in with Username: Bellevue22 and password: 22Bellevue

2. After logging in, students create an individual account they will use in the future for logging in (they will not need the general login after they create their individual account).  This individual access allows students to access their personal dashboard, where their assessment results are automatically saved and they can store their favorite careers and colleges.

O*NET (Occupational Information Network) Find, search, or browse across 900+ occupations based on your goals and needs. Then use comprehensive reports to learn about requirements, characteristics, and available opportunities for your selected occupation.

Take the Myers Briggs and/or Strong Interest Inventory to learn how your interests and preferences align with college majors and careers.  If you are an undecided or undeclared major student, this is a great opportunity to learn more about careers!

Make an Appointment with a Career Specialist to find out if an assessment is right for you. If it is, you will take the assessment(s) online. Next, you will meet with a Career Specialist in the CCC (online or on campus) who will provide you with the results and have a discussion about careers that fit you.


Additional Guides & Resources

Prepare for career and the hiring process:

Resumes, cover letters, and creating a LinkedIn profile are essential elements to landing interviews, finding jobs, and connecting with recruiters and professionals.

Resume, Cover Letter, LinkedIn, and Interview Guides

The Center for Career Connections hosts several Job, Internship, and Networking Fairs throughout the year.

Job Fairs are not just for finding a job. They are forums to learn about companies and what they are looking for in applicants. The trick is to know how to “work” the fairs to uncover this information.

The Center for Career Connections will help you find networking tools and choose methods that will be best for your job and internship search.

Job Search Resources

Salary negotiations are an inevitable part of the job search process.

The Center for Career Connections can provide you with advice on how to effectively negotiate your salary to ensure you are fairly compensated.

Salary Negotiations

Find Jobs & Internships

Handshake is a free job-site platform for you to access jobs, internships, & career events based on your interests & skills.

LinkedIn is the largest professional networking site in the world with over 930 million users

Last Updated March 12, 2024