The following is a list of websites that may be beneficial in career research:
Great Resource to go to for colleges and degree programs
· More than 100 unique program guides for major fields of interest, featuring U.S. Department of Education stats and featured schools.
· Expert “Q&A” advice from professionals and educators in each field.
· Helpful introductions to each field and career path, with salary data to help students make an informed choice.
The National Survey of Student Engagement’s “A Pocket Guide to Choosing a College: Are You Asking the Right Questions.” http://nsse.iub.edu/html/pocket_guide_intro.cfm
Check out this excellent web site to find: hundreds of careers, college degree options, college application tips, e-learning, resume writing tips, job interview skills, a great job.
America’s Career Information Net – Based on Bureau of Labor and Statistics and State Data, this site gives detailed job growth and wage information for many occupations, broken down by state and local areas as well as descriptions of knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for various jobs. http://www.collegeboard.com/ College Boards Career Browser – To start exploring careers, pick a general category from the list. From there, you can browse specific jobs and learn about working conditions, job forecasts, related professions, and what you can be doing right now to reach your goals.
Association of Career & Technical ED (ACTE) Click on this site for information about careers, education resources & a large group of links to other CTE related websites.
ONLINE EDUCATION & TRAINING FINDER – Career InfoNet has a new Education & Training Finder that lets users find colleges and universities that offer programs related to their career interests. Search by occupation or keyword to get contact information for schools nationwide.
The Disney CareerStart Program is a structured living, learning, and earning program for high school graduates who are unsure of their future path and looking for a new experience that will provide them more than just a job. Our recruitment team is traveling around the nation to hire recent high school graduates for the Disney CareerStart Program. Visit our website for dates and times of presentations in your area or call the Disney CareerStart Recruiting Office at 407-828-1736.
Websites that provide information about girls and technology:
Provides FREE Christian college information service as well as a $2500.00 Christian College Scholarship drawing.
Sallie Mae’s site
High school seniors, provides a scholarship search, a college search, and other resources.
http://www.artinstitutes.edu/btc - The Art Institutes – Culinary Arts information