National Engineers Week, February 21 – 27, celebrates the diverse field of engineering and engineers’ contributions.
Engineering careers offer enormous versatility, as their work makes a significant impact on so many areas, including agriculture, electronics, construction, manufacturing, medicine, and more.
Students and others exploring their career options will find CareerOneStop’s newly released career cluster / industry videos a fun and informative way to learn about major categories of work.
If you are in the job market, there is plenty of hiring to talk about.
Thousands of new jobs are opening up in a variety of industries.
Check out these fun, free, practical ways students elementary age through high school can learn about different careers on CareerOneStop.
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.
Summer jobs provide income, work skills, awareness of which tasks you like or don’t like, experience managing your own money,and more.
Learn several great ways to highlight your summer job experience on a resume.
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.
If you don’t have a high school diploma, you can earn a high school equivalency (HSE) now and get the full benefits of a high school diploma.
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
What does it take to make your first resume polished, professional, and focused?