How many times have you heard someone say “I could NEVER sit behind a desk all day”? If that describes your outlook, there are plenty of career alternatives for you to investigate.
The variety of active careers is broad.
Looking for solid resources to help your students advance their career planning?
Meet GetMyFuture.org, a website of career, training, and job search resources for young adults, from the U.S. Department of Labor.
Are you a career counselor looking for resources to use with your students or clients
Did you know CareerOneStop offers different types of curriculum and tools to help you?
CareerOneStop’s Occupation Profile has always provided accurate and up-to-date details on a wide range of careers—nearly 1,000 in all.
The updated Occupation Profile now offers the same—plus some extra!—great information in a friendlier and more customizable display.
Preparing youth and adults to enter skill-building community college programs and enhancing collaborations between community colleges and employers are core components of CareerOneStop’s mission.
You might not think of education as a matter of health, but organizers of National Public Health Week do!
National Public Health Week priorities include helping all Americans achieve at least high school graduation.
CareerOneStop is bringing special attention to the careers that support the agriculture industry on behalf of National Ag Day, March 21, 2017.
If you’re a teacher, chances are you’ve found some fun ways to slip math into unexpected spots of your curriculum on Pi Day, otherwise known as 3.14 or March 14.
Pi Day also offers a great opportunity to get kids thinking about careers.
If you’re hoping to work in an internship this summer, it’s time to rev up your internship research and application efforts.