Finding Your Calling
CareerDIRECT* helps you discover your unique design of abilities, values, interests and personality with Career Direct online complete guidance system and career aptitude test that will help you decide what career is best for you. The cost of the test through Point's Career Center is $13.
Point is a College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP®)
Computer-Based Test (eCBT) Center. More than 1,400 colleges around the
country are currently test centers. Point's test center number is 5029.
The nationally recognized DSST Program
allows you to receive college credits for learning acquired outside the
traditional classroom, perhaps from reading, on-the-job training or
independent study. DSSTs offer students a cost-effective, time-saving
way to use knowledge acquired outside the classroom to accomplish their
MinTools.com Online Spiritual Gifts Inventory is a tool for Christians who want to become better equipped to serve the Lord or help others in their ministries will find this online ministry training and resources helpful.
PLACE Assessment/Mobilyzr* is a tool to help you understand the spiritual and personality gifts that God has instilled within you to better leverage them in your next job or career. The cost of the test through Point's Career Center is $5.
SkillsOne is an
online assessment system where users can complete assessments such as
the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the Strong Interest Inventory®.
TestPrepPractice.net is a website with study help and practice tests for a variety of standardized tests, such as the GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, MCAT, LSAT, SAT and 50 other major tests.
The Spiritual Gifts Discovery Tool is a powerful, flexible stewardship emphasis that is based on helping Christians identify and use their spiritual gifts.
StrengthsQuest* is Gallup's strengths development program for college-age students. It
gives students the opportunity to develop based on their strengths,
rather than their weaknesses. In other words, it helps students learn
what they do best, then build their lives on those talents.
*For codes associated with these assessments, please contact the Career Center.
Your resume is by far the most important document you will use in your job search. The resources listed below will help you develop and improve your resume.
Words and phrases for developing your resume (PDF)
Additional Christian and Church Positions
The Christian Jobs Mall is designed for businesses, churches and ministries to post their jobs.
Full-featured Christian employment website featuring job postings, resume listings, and extensive career tools.
Church and ministry employment site dealing specifically with matching
churches with pastors, directors, and all staffing needs for their
America's #1 private source of federal job information.
A subsidiary service of the ASVAB Program providing job searches and
information about the variety of careers available in the military.
U.S. Department of State
Americans looking to serve their country and experience interesting
careers with a global lifestyle can explore hundreds of current
opportunities in the Foreign and Civil Service.
Additional Job and Career Search Websites
America's Job Bank
The United States Department of labor provides this free service. America’s Job Bank provides nearly 260, 000 job listings. Users search the job bank’s national database as well as access employer maintained listings.
AmeriCorps offers 75,000 opportunities for adults of all ages and backgrounds to serve through a network of partnerships with local and national nonprofit groups. In addition to serving your local community, full-time members who complete their service earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to pay for college, graduate school, or to pay back qualified student loans; members who serve part-time receive a partial Award.
Bright.com helps you to connect your job search to your family, friends and alumni network. Bright’s unique job search engine shows you what jobs are available at companies where your friends work.
A guide offering in-depth career profiles and college listings, as well as degree and wage statistics for over 400 occupations commonly requiring college or university education for entry or advancement.
Babysitting, tutoring, helping the elderly and other caregiving jobs are posted on the Point University Caregivers website.
This website offers free jobs notification and job postings. Users can also explore different career possibilities. Provides users with complete career makeovers.
A resource providing information about psychology careers, education, internships and jobs, as well as licensure information.
A directory of over 20,000 teacher education degree and certificate programs, offered by over 1,700 colleges and school districts across the US.
Career exploration site.
Infomediary website dedicated to employment.
LinkedIn is one of the world’s largest professional networks on the Internet, providing over 150 million members in more than 200 countries and territories the opportunity to connect with employees and business associates.
Look for jobs, and get resume and career advice, all in one place.
A free online resource for helping students and graduates find specific information and advice on how to apply online and offline to every major national company in America.
Teacher Certification Degrees
A free resource for those looking to enter or advance in the teaching / education field. This site contains information for 30+ teaching careers as well as a proprietary collection of the standard and alternative teaching certification processes for all 50 states.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook
is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to
provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their
future work lives.
Internships at InternMatch