FOCUS 2 is a self-paced, online career and education planning tool for college students. It will enable you to self-assess your career-relevant personal qualities and explore career fields and areas of study that are most compatible with your assessment results. FOCUS 2 also provides valuable occupation information. We strongly recommend meeting with a career adviser after using the system, particularly if you are unsure of your results.
FOCUS 2 Provides:
- Career assessments
- Occupational information
- Videos about various career fields
- Career planning tools
- Career options by education level
- Side-by-side occupational comparisons
New users simply click on the REGISTER button to be brought to your self-registration URL page. To complete the form, new users will be required to enter an ACCESS CODE. The Access Code is the same for all users.
Your ACCESS CODE is: reddevil
All new users need to fill out the requested information on the registration form and create their own unique username and password. Once they submit the form, a FOCUS 2 CAREER account will be activated for them and they will be brought directly into the system. Each time they return to use FOCUS 2 CAREER, they simply enter their username and password.
Focus 2 Career Tour for Students: Major selection and Career Decision Making starts here.
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