Want to learn more about potential careers? Check out these videos to hear how they got started, what a typical day looks like and more!
- Estimator at Wilco Electric
- Attorney at Georgelis Law Firm
- Community Life Coordinator
Learn about STEAM Careers:
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math; do you have future in one of these fields? Learn more:
- Video: Why STEM?
- Find your STEM type
- STEM Career & Education Advice
- All STEM occupations
- 5 Cool Math Jobs That Pay Over $50,000 Per Year
- Top 5 STEM Music Careers
- Top 5 STEM Medical Careers
- When Will I Use Math?
- Exciting, in-demand jobs don’t always require a bachelor’s degree. Discover your passion through STEM careers that require an associate degree!
- STEM 101: Introduction to Tomorrow’s Jobs
A valuable tool for students and job seekers beginning their career search.
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Includes a detailed career search, a tool to get to know yourself and more.
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Tips on writing a resume, job applications, interviewing, keeping your job and more.
My Future Career is a website designed to introduce you to the many exciting career opportunities available today. A virtual city helps you learn more about growing, in-demand, high-paying jobs.
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Many students take on part-time jobs to help with high school expenses, to pay for activities or to earn pocket money. Even part-time jobs require an interview, so here are so resources to take a look at as you prepare to meet with an employer.
You landed the job! But what now? The following resources help give you best practices for keeping the job (and building yourself into the model employee all businesses want to keep)!