Career Information

A Parent's Guide to Career Development - Articles discussing how parents can play a part in the career planning process. National Association of Colleges and Employers.

America's Career Resources Network
- Resources for parents, counselors, and students to make best use of talents, interests, and get the education and skills needed for college and work. U.S. Dept of Education

LearnLink Career Center
- This site is designed to provide information about many exciting careers that students may dream to pursue. It will introduce them to these careers, guide them to the path of how to achieve them and provide links to universities and organizations that will help them to get the education they need, plus the avenues for financial assistance and other resources.

Mapping Your Future
- This site provides information and links to a variety of college & career planning organizations.

Nebraska Career Education
- Learn about career clusters, pathways, and programs of study. Take a skills inventory (the Kuder Skills Assessment) to identify your skills.Find postsecondary schools. Find sources of financial aid. Prepare a resumé and/or search for a job. Find career specialty job listings.

Nebraska Career Information System
- Login name: 07ralston, password: H0349
Use the assessment tools for deciding what education and training are for you.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Widely used U.S. Dept. of Labor career exploration resource. Describes in detail over 300 jobs, covering jobs held by 86% of the American work force.

- Take assessments, at no cost, to identify your personal and career needs.

UNL Career Services
- Links to career sites, assessments and questionnaires as well as UNL career information by majors.
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