This is list of internet career resources I compiled. These links can be a great tool when working with students on the subject of career development. You will find the link and a brief description of the site. Enjoy!
Recommended Career Development Sites
http://salary.com – useful resource to find salary information
http://cacareerzone.org – useful resource for easy self-assessment of Holland themes and explore career fields. Geared at high school and younger college students
http://rileyguide.com – useful search engine site (like Google) on career information
www.jobhuntersbible.com – Bolles’ website on career information
www.jobstar.org – useful site for job openings by region
http://online.onetcenter.org/ 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!
http://www.quintcareers.com/teen_jobs.html Here’s where all teens can find some great tools and resources to find a job.
http://www.quintcareers.com/teen_college.html Here’s where you’ll find the key resources you need about college choice, majors/minors, financial aid, college applications, and much more
Students can select one of the professionals (Science Teacher, Geologist, Meteorologist, Chemist, and Computer Administrator) and find out what it is like to have that job.
http://www.khake.com/page2.html Website includes links to various career descriptions as well as links to educational sites relating to the specific career; such as; tutorials, glossaries, directories, associations, postsecondary education, aspects of the industry, & related academics.
Online Presentations on Career Development
Here you will find online PowerPoint workshops on the topics of Resume Writing, Cover letters & Reference, Job Fair Success, Interviewing, Job & Internship Searching etc. These links can be useful to those students seeking employment and want to learn more about the world of work.
State of California: California Careers Info
From University of Arkansas Career Development Center
University of Minnesota: Career Services
From UC Santa Cruz Career Center:
From Kansas State University Career and Employment Services
Penn State Career Services