Accessing AKCIS

To access AKCIS, click on the logo above or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://akcis.intocareers.org/

Use the following login information to access AKCIS:

Username: uaacareerctr
Password: 4Student

Do you have questions about...

Choosing a major or career path? 
Need specific information about a career or occupation? 
Have no idea what you want to do for a career?
Financial aid?
Need Alaska occupational information?
Seeking job search resources and help?

Let AKCIS help narrow these questions down for you.  

  • Find detailed information on specific careers. 
  • Take the assessment tests or do the Occupational Search that AKCIS offers in order to help you decide what major of study or what career path to choose. 
  • Find out what occupations would best suit you personally. 
  • Search for financial aid opportunities. 
AKCIS is a fabulous tool with a plethora of information to guide and assist you in your vocational and career endeavors.

Note: AKCIS is licensed to the Career Services Center for UAA use only. 

The Alaska Career Information System (AKCIS) is a comprehensive career guidance system that provides information and exploration tools to people throughout Alaska.

  • AKCIS is the only regularly updated source of both Alaska and national occupational information.
  • AKCIS provides information to Alaska native and rural populations.
  • AKCIS is the only system that provides information based on the needs of Alaskans.
  • AKCIS contains numerous tools for sorting its occupational and educational information.

AKCIS explains the following education and training resources:

  • Programs of study and training
  • Apprentice information
  • Alaska vocational schools and colleges
  • National colleges and universities
  • Alaska and national financial aid
  • Career pathways  
So, what are you waiting for? Check out AKCIS today and ask Career Services staff any questions about the system that you may have!

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A tool for career exploration and national job analysis!

  • O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! 
  • The O*NET program is a primary source of occupational information. This national database, which is available to the public at no cost, is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation. 
  • The database also provides the basis for Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.

Tips for using O*NET OnLine:

  • Use the "Find Occupations" section to browse through groups of similar occupations categorized by industry, career cluster, field of work, science area, and more!
  • Use the "Advanced Search" section to focus on occupations that use a specific tool or software, skill set, abilities, interests, knowledge, work activities and more!
  • The "Crosswalks" section can connect you to a wealth of data pertaining to careers beginning with apprenticeship, educational careers, transitioning from military to civilian life, and more!

The Occupation Information Network (O*NET) is being developed under the sponsorship of the US Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration through a grant to the North Carolina Department of Commerce.