Whether you’re just starting to learn about different occupations or want to compare various careers, now is the time to start preparing for your future. High school is a critical time to engage in career exploration as you begin working towards your long-term goals.
You want to find a career that speaks to who you are, so understanding what matters to you and expanding your awareness of careers that align with your interests, skills and values is a great first step. On BigFuture, you can take your interests and explore different career profiles, and then connect what you discover to your SAT Suite results. With a PSAT or SAT score, you can identify jobs that may be a good fit based on how your assessment performance aligns to a career’s quantitative and literacy demands. Connecting your interests to your achievements offers a strong start to getting the career of your dreams.
Join career experts from BigFuture, Jobs for the Future, and Roblox to understand the benefits of career navigation and how your PSAT and SAT scores fit into your career planning.
- Allison Danielsen, Executive Director of BigFuture Careers and Partnerships, BigFuture
- Clare Bertrand, Senior Director, JFF Labs, Jobs for the Future
- Jack Buckley, Vice President of People Science, Roblox
Executive Director of BigFuture Careers and Partnerships, BigFuture
Allison Danielsen is the Executive Director of BigFuture Careers and Partnerships. Her work is focused on helping all students chart a path after high school aligned to their interests, passions, and career goals.
Senior Director, JFF Labs, Jobs for the Future
Clare Bertrand is a Senior Director at Jobs for the Future. A member of JFFLabs team, she leads national efforts that position students as informed decision-makers who feel confident determining their education and career pathway.
Vice President of People Science, Roblox
Dr. Jack Buckley serves as the VP of People Science at Roblox, where he oversees their People Science and Analytics and Assessment teams. Prior to Rolox, Dr. Buckley led research and assessment at numerous organizations, including Imbellus—a game-based assessment technology startup that was acquired by Roblox—American Institutes for Research (AIR), The College Board, and the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). Dr. Buckley began his career in the US Navy as a nuclear engineer and surface warfare officer. He holds an M.A. and PhD in Political Science and Government from Stony Brook University and a B.A. in Government from Harvard University.