Tivy High School schedules one ASVAB per year free of charge to any interested student.
The ASVAB for the 2021-2022 will be held Fall 2021.For more information contact
Mrs. Charity Weldon
THS Counseling Secretary
firstname.lastname@example.orgORMrs. Julie SwalveTHS Counselor
ASVAB CAREER EXPLORATION PROGRAM
The Department of Defense introduced the ASVAB (which stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) in 1968. It was originally designed to predict future academic and occupational success in military occupations. However, extensive research indicates the ASVAB assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of occupations.
The ASVAB CEP is used for career exploration and is given to high school and early post-secondary students. An enlistment version of the ASVAB is given primarily at Military Entrance Processing Stations (MEPS), and is used for enlistment purposes only.
You are the architect of your future. Build your dreams with ASVAB CEP.
The ASVAB CEP is made up of three components:
- ASVAB: The aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors.
- FYI: The interest inventory measures your work-related interests.
- OCCU-Find: A career catalog provides activities to help you put a plan together.
HOW IT WORKS
ASVAB CEP helps you figure out what you're good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. After you take the test, you will participate in a series of activities to help you understand your scores, yourself, and your options.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE?
You have hundreds of careers to choose from. To make the best decision you need to know the facts.As an ASVAB CEP participant, you have exclusive access to career exploration and planning tools where you can find, and plan for, the occupations that best fit you.
SO YOU'VE TAKEN THE ASVAB. NOW WHAT?
In addition to the test, ASVAB CEP gives you access to tools to explore your interests, skills, and values and see how those relate to all of the careers out there. To complete the post-test activities you'll need your results sheet, some time, and an open mind.
Information from: ASVAB Program