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Computer Programs for College and Career Planning

CIS (Oregon Career Information System)

CIS is a helpful, Oregon-based program used by South students while completing their yearly Career-Related Learning Projects.  It contains exploration tools and databases about work, education/training, and financial aid.

CIS Access:

Students may get help with CIS in the career center or access the program from home using:

http://oregoncis.uoregon.edu/webcis

All students will create a CIS account while completing their Freshman Projects in the career center, and once they have an account, they will be able to use their own username and password to access and save information to their CIS portfolios. SEHS parents can obtain a guest username and password by contacting the career center: 541-790-8011/sauter_l@4j.lane.edu

Naviance Family Connection

Naviance is the second online resource frequently used by students at South. It contains many functions and tools to support career and college exploration and planning. It is used school-wide by students, their counselors, and their teachers.

South students use Naviance during sophomore and junior years to set goals, assess their strengths, explore career options, and search for colleges and training programs while completing their CRL Projects. As seniors they manage their college application process while their counselors and teachers keep records and submit school forms and letters of recommendation through Naviance.

Naviance Access:

  • Students receive an account and register while completing their Freshman Projects in the career center.
  • Parents can pick up their access code from the career center. This enables them to view their student’s activity as well as resources and links.
  • Guest access to view the site >> click here. Guest password:    axemen

Naviance Resources:

  • roadtrip4naviancepgRoadtrip Nation Interview Archive features over 3,500 video interviews with individuals who have forged through challenges to accomplish unique goals. These leaders candidly discuss hardships, successes and the obstacles they overcame. Students gain exposure to career pathways they may not have known existed, and can begin thinking about colleges, majors, and career goals that reflect their unique talents and aspirations.
  • Colleges I am Thinking About – allows students to keep a list of colleges they may be interested in.  This list is used to contact students when events relating to their colleges are taking place.
  • SuperMatch College Search – shows what colleges match a student’s areas of interest.
  • Scattergrams – are graphs showing where SEHS students were accepted/denied based on GPA and test scores.
  • College Acceptance History – shows acceptance and enrollment history for South students for the last 9 yrs.
  • College Visit Schedule – allows students to track when college reps are visiting South to meet with interested students.