Unsure of what to major in? Trying to narrow down several options for occupations? Here are tools to help you explore where the Lord may be leading you vocationally. Of course be sure to consult with your parents about potential careers since they know you best! And be sure to pursue your relationship with the Lord: follow Him one step at a time, and you’ll be on the right track!
College Prep Workshop
Juniors and seniors have a wonderful opportunity to participate in an optional College Prep Workshop in the fall. This event, which takes place during the school day, is an opportunity for students to interact with and ask questions of a panel of BJU faculty members who represent various fields of study—including Bible, medicine, education, business, and more.
Use interest inventories to help highlight interests, values and skills. When students register for the ACT, they take the ACT Interest Inventory. Explore ACT tools here. Students may also contact the academic office to take the Strong Interest Inventory.
An Individualized Graduation Plan (IGP) is available for students to map out academic pathways from grades 9 to 12, confirm graduation requirements, and identify possible career clusters or majors. IGP templates are available for the General Track, College Prep Track (no honors courses), and College Prep Track (honor math and/or science). Keep in mind that IGP’s are helpful tools but do not determine when a student must take a particular course.
Many colleges request a volunteer log to track a student’s community involvement.
Learn more about a career in the health profession. As with any website, parents may want to review content before giving students access to the website.