Category: Students

Hanker to help others? Find your career

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If a career focused on helping others is your goal, you will find a wide variety of meaningful careers available to explore.

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5 career planning ideas to help jumpstart your New Year’s goals

It’s the middle of December, and there’s no reason to think this December will differ from nearly every December on record: the New Year will be here before you know it.

What a great time to get started on your New Year’s career goals.

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Stories of success inspire young adults

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Whether you are a young adult seeking a career path, or an employment counselor for youth and young adults, check out these success stories from real people who have overcome barriers to achieve education and career success.

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What can I do with a major in: Environmental Science

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A bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science can open the door to a broad variety of roles and types of organizations.

Learn about Environmental Science careers and resources to find your direction in this exciting and expanding field.

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Been in foster care? Find resources to pay for college

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Figuring out how to pay for college is an essential step for anyone pursuing higher education.

Students who have been in foster care may be eligible for special funds to help cover college costs.

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Industry Profile: Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

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If you like to be on the move—or be part of moving things around—you might want to check out careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics industry; many of them could take you on the road–locally, regionally, or even globally.

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Careers: Combine sports with other interests

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Want a career that puts you in close proximity to a beloved sport, but not as an athlete?

Combine your passion for sports with a second area of interest or skill to find a great variety of career options

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The surprising value of a liberal arts education

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If you’re weighing the pros and cons of a liberal arts major, there’s a book you may want to consult before you jettison a field you are passionate about in favor of a degree that seems more marketable.

You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education by George Anders.

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Free online learning for work or pleasure

Take advantage of free online resources to develop your job-related skills, explore a personal interest, or exercise your learning muscles just for fun.

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The strongest job markets for Teachers

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Have a brand new shiny teaching credential, and looking for a place to put it to work?

If you are a recently— or about-to-be—graduated teacher, there are excellent resources to help you identify strong potential job markets.

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