Inspiring career planning using the ASVAB Career Exploration Program (CEP) The ASVAB CEP promotes career literacy through personalized career exploration, awareness of career-field entry requirements, and future-oriented planning tools that help students develop an action plan they can share with parents and educators. The ASVAB CEP is about understanding options. The ASVAB, just one part of the ASVAB CEP, assesses academic ability and predicts success in a variety of career fields. Offering a unique opportunity for all students to learn about themselves, whether they are interested in pursuing postsecondary education, work-based learning, or the Military. The Department of Defense sponsors the ASVAB CEP with a two-part mission: to provide a career exploration service to American youth and provide qualified leads to Military recruiters. Participants have no obligation to talk to a Military recruiter or enter Military service. However, students in 11th grade and beyond can use their scores to consider enlistment.
*ASVAB scores are not released to any outside entity by district or campus officials (including military recruiters). However, students may share their own scores at their own discretion.
The ASVAB will be offered at Beaumont United High School twice per school year. Use the form on the right to sign up for the next ASVAB test session.