Military Career Information
Many students are called to serving our country by enlisting in one of our Nation's great military branches. At MHS, we have recruiters that come to visit with juniors and seniors interested in learning more about a career in the military. Five different branches of the military visit MHS on a regular basis.
- Air Force
- Army Reserve/National Guard
Students interested in visiting with a recruiter can sign up in the Lead Counselor's Office (across from main office). Information is also available for students inquiring about military service and scholarships.
The ASVAB Career Exploration Interest Inventory provides high quality, career exploration and planning at no cost to high school students. Whether a student is thinking about going to college or trade school, joining the military, or entering the workforce, the ASVAB Program can help identify and prepare him/her for a career that suits them. The ASVAB Program provides students tools to explore interests, skills and values, as well as careers that fit their strengths. This is accomplished in three easy steps.
- Take the ASVAB test.
- Identify your interests.
- Explore ore than 400 occupations based on your strengths.
Monterey offers the ASVAB Career Interest Inventory once a year at no cost to students. Most generally the exam is given in late fall. Once students receive their scores, they will be provided with the walk through career exploration program tutorial to help them understand their results and career strengths.
2019-20 ASVAB Career Aptitude Test
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Big Testing Room (BTR)
Registration: Begins October 22nd through November 13th.
For questions, visit with Lori Burk, Campus Testing Coordinator, room 120 or email@example.com 219-1920.
Understanding The ASVAB
To help students better understand the purpose of the ASVAB and results, the following ASVAB Interpretation powerpoint along with a Program Overview video is available. This information will walk students through the process of understanding their results and identify career opportunities based on identified strengths.
ASVAB Interpretation & Career Exploration Meeting
Contact: Lori Burk, Campus Testing Coordinator, room 120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the ASVAB Program website for an overaview video and program tutorials!