|Career Resource Sites for Students|
Career Explorations: An online tool that breaks down the career exploration process into five manageable steps. Each step provides guidance and directs you to CareerOneStop and other resources to help you succeed. Use their menu, follow the step-by-step process or browse through the specific topics: Assess Yourself, Explore Career Options, Gain Skills, Find a Job, Manage Your Career
Career Explorations and Hottest New Jobs: Explore careers and find out what they are all about. Or, you may want to look into the future to check out what the predicted "hottest" jobs are going to be
The Career Key: A free public service to help people make sound career decisions; Fill out an online survey about your interests, values, and abilities to determine potential careers
CareerOneStop.org: A U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration sponsored website that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.
Career Overview: A Comprehensive Career and Job Search Resource Guide; Career Overviews
Exploring Occupations: Designed to provide occupational information to help students become aware of their potential career options; information on almost two hundred occupational options
Job Descriptions: A comprehensive career resource with hundreds of detailed job descriptions for careers across all major industries.
Job Profiles: A multitude of job descriptions that describe each career path and what to expect from each.
Online Degree Programs: AcademicInfo.net is an online education resource specializing in online degrees and distance learning. Enrolling in courses from AcademicInfo.Net's online schools is a great way to further anyone's career without sacrificing work or free time, and getting great study material from anywhere in the country.
PBS.org: Cool Careers in Science: Thinking about a future in science? Ever wonder just what scientists do every day? Or what it takes to prepare for a science career? Check out what these real-life scientists have to say about how they chose their work, what they do everyday and why they enjoy being scientists.ife
Quintessential Careers: Teenage Jobs, Careers and College: This section of Quintessential Careers is all about teens. You'll find stuff to help you get a job, get a summer job, find a career, find a college, apply for financial aid, discover a college major(s) and minor(s), and more. This is the college, career, and job resource for teenagers!
Next Step Magazine: Everything you need to know about planning for life after high school in one handy place, including information on doing a career search, financial aid and scholarship research, attending a college fair, going on a campus tour, and MORE.
Career Videos: Each career video below may be viewed using either Windows Media or RealPlayer; careers listed in alphabetical order
Career Voyages: In each industry, you will find videos about some of the specific occupations in that particular industry. To learn more about the industries and the in-demand occupations in them, click one of the industry buttons on the upper left-hand side of your screen.
|Job and Career Applications|
Job Applications Online: #1 Online Job Application Form Resource Site
Find Printable Applications, Apply Online for Full-time Employment, Part-time Vacancies, Seasonal or Holiday Work!
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