Major Clarity


Log into Major Clarity.

Scroll down and click on the Continue with Google button. Choose your school account to login. If you cannot login please email me.

​Start keeping track of your high school activities on your My Career Plan > click on the Clubs & Activities tab. We will look at this in 10th grade as well, but while you are at home you can get a head start recording your school and community activities.
Enter school and community activities you have been doing.
School = anything associated with CHS including clubs and sports teams.
Community = a job, a hobby, a religious activity, Scouts, summer teams, etc.
Do not enter anything for future years yet – we will take care of that each year and you can edit at any time.

Major Clarity activities: 


  • Personality
  • Learning Styles

Career Exploration:

  • Choose your top career interests and star them
  • Click on Learn More
  • Click on Watch an Interview
  • Choose Try an Activity

Academic Planning:

  • You will complete this with your School Counselors.  If you did not complete this with them, see Mrs. Hummer.

Postsecondary Exploration:

  • Lots of information about colleges and technical schools

Career Readiness:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter

Major Clarity offers a quick personality assessment to match you with a career pathway.  Once you have completed the assessment, you will be able to explore career paths through activities and videos.  After learning what career path fits you, learn about specific jobs within that career path.  Major Clarity will then match those jobs with colleges, universities, technical schools, and/or employment opportunities for you to explore.  All students at CHS have active accounts with Major Clarity.  Log in today!

Occupational Outlook Handbook is provided by the United States Department of Labor.  It can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations. 

MyFuture is produced by the Department of Defense with data from the departments of Commerce, Education, &  Labor.  In the career section, you can get stats on everything from job growth to job requirements for thousands of rewarding and exciting careers.  In the college section, you can use tools and stats to figure out which 2- or 4-year college or trade school you would like to attend and what it takes to get there.  In the military section, you can get facts about the benefits and requirements of the service, with careers and programs spanning the five military branches.

CareerOneStop is sponsored by the US Department of Labor and is a partner of the American Job Center network.  Assessments are available to learn about your career interests, your skills, and your work values.  Explore different types of careers and find out what is in demand, find local training, and put together a successful job search with resources on resumes, interviewing, networking and finding job openings.

MySkills My Future is a Web site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workforce Investment. Students enter the title of a current or previous job. The Web site responds with a list of occupations related to their experience through O*NET data on skills, knowledges, and abilities. Students can compare the list of occupations, view occupation details and compare skill requirements, learn about related licenses and apprenticeship programs, and apply for jobs in their local area.

Virginia Employment Commission  is an online source for local and statewide resources and tools to help individuals, employers, and workforce/education partners.  Students can set up a free account to explore careers, learn about training and credentials, find job openings, and more. 

My Next Move is an interactive tool  for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options.  My Next Move has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 careers.  Students can find careers through keyword search, by browsing industries that employ different types of workers, or the O*Net interest profiler.  It is developed and maintained by the National Center for O*Net.

Roadmap to Careers is available to students through their College Board account.   Students can explore careers, find careers and majors that match their interests, and learn about the career paths of people who share their interests. 

The Art Career Project provides opportunity to explore hundreds of careers specifically in visual and performing art.

Career Coach is on Germanna’s we site where students can discover majors and in-demand careers and education based on your interests!

Many free personality and career assessments are available online.  A few are listed below.

Personality Assessments                                        Career Assessments

Jung Typology Test                                                    Holland Code Career Test

16-Type Jungian Personality Test                              Holland Code Quiz                                                      

NERIS Type Explorer Personality Test                       Holland Occupational Theme Test

TypeFinder Personality Test                                       123 Career Test

Jung Personality Test                                                  Holland Code (RAISEC) Career Test

Keirsey Temperament Sorter                                      Career Values Assessment

Big Five Personality Factor Markers                           Career Cluster Interest Survey