• What is MCIS?
     
    The Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS) is a fee-based subscription available in more than 80 percent of Minnesota schools. The system is Internet-based and offers a wealth of career, educational and labor market information in one comprehensive, easy-to-use tool. MCIS included interest and skill assessments, information on colleges, program requirements for various occupations, ACT practice tests and more. Using MCIS, students have the option of building a portfolio so they can plan and track progress toward their educational goals.
     
    Plan Your Future: 
    Learn more about yourself, plan your education, and create a career plan.
     
    Assessments: 
    Answer questions about yourself and connect to occupations that may interest you.
     
    Occupations: 
    Explore different occupations and find out what people do at work.
    Learn about industries and investigate career options in the military. 
    Find out if self-employment is a good fit for you.
     
    Education: 
    Identify programs of study that interest you and schools that offer them.
    Learn more about apprenticeships.
    Explore your options for paying for school.
     
    Employment:
    Create a résumé.
    Learn how to apply and interview for jobs.
    Find ways to succeed on your job.