• Career Information:
     
    Occupational Outlook Handbook
    https://www.bls.gov/ooh/
    Provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Use this site to locate information about any career.  It will provide education and training needed,  the nature of the work,  salary and working conditions.  A good place to begin your career search.  You can also use this site to look at employment projections.
     
    Benefits - Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Provided by the United States Department of Labor.  Extensive data on employment benefits including retirement, health and life insurance, holiday, vacation and much more.
     
     
    Mapping your Future
     
    Peterson’s College Search
    https://www.petersons.com/
    The most comprehensive and heavily traveled education resource on the Internet.  Innovative,  web-based products,  such as Best College Picks,  online practice test for the GRE,  GMAT,  SAT, and TOEFL and the Quickstart Career Wizard Career Assessment.
     
    The Princeton Review
    https://www.princetonreview.com/
    A valuable storehouse of information on careers including how to write a resume’ and interview tips.  Click on “career”, then choose from icons on the left and middle of the page.  “Career Search” gives you lots of options.  A must is the “Top 10 jobs for…” list.  You can also use the Birkman Career Style test to see what career you’re suited for.
     
    Concept to Classroom:  Tapping into multiple intelligences
    http://www.thirteen.org//edonline/concept2class/month1/index.html
     
    Jobs.com
    http://www.jobs.com/
    Your career won’t wait.  Take three quick steps toward the job you’ve always wanted.
     
     
    U.S. News & World Reports (College Rankings)
     
    Govt. Student Loans
     
    Explore Health Careers
     
      
    Military  
     
     
    U.S. Navy
     
     
    U.S. Coast Guard
     
    U.S. Marine Corps
    http://www.MARINES.COM/
     
     
     
    College Information: 
     
     
    Peterson’s College Search
    https://www.petersons.com/
    The most comprehensive and heavily traveled education resource on the Internet.  Innovative,  web-based products,  such as Best College Picks,  online practice test for the GRE,  GMAT,  SAT, and TOEFL and the Quickstart Career Wizard Career Assessment.
     
    The Princeton Review
    https://www.princetonreview.com/
    A valuable storehouse of information on careers including how to write a resume’ and interview tips.  Click on “career”, then choose from icons on the left and middle of the page.  “Career Search” gives you lots of options.  A must is the “Top 10 jobs for…” list.  You can also use the Birkman Career Style test to see what career you’re suited for.
     
    State University of New York
     
    Erie Community College
    www.ecc.edu 
     
     
    College Board Online
     

    This site will help answer any questions you may have about the process of planning for college and financial aid.  It has links to help with college searches, career research, SAT and other testing, as well as a Parent Planning Guide and extensive information on the Advanced Placement (AP) program.

    CollegeNET
    www.collegenetwork.com/
    Use this site to research colleges, send out your student profile, submit a college application online, and research scholarships.  You can even take a virtual tour of the campus!

    CollegeView Online
    http://www.collegeview.com/
    Use this site to research colleges, send out your student profile, submit a college application online, and research scholarships.  You can even take a virtual tour of  the campus! 

    Test Prep Review-SAT Practice Tests
    http://www.testprepreview.com/sat_practice.htm

    Welcome to Mapping Your Future
    http://www.mappingyourfuture.org/

     
Last Modified on December 5, 2017