Resources for Middle School
This is a website that provides Internet based career curriculum for middle school students. It is a website that a district has to subscribe to. It provides lessons for the cost of living and career research. It also gives middle school students ideas to the educational requirements needed to pursue certain careers.
This website allows students to take a career assessment test, explore career options, read through career profiles, watch career videos, explore industries, research salaries, even do college planning. It very easy to navigate the website and very kid friendly. It also can be used for high school students.
Resources for High School
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is an online career guidance resource that provides information on hundreds of occupations in the United States. Updated every 2 years by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the OOH allows students to explore different aspects of occupations by clicking on the following tabs:
Now in its 19th year Quintessential Careers is a career, job, and college site, offering comprehensive free expert career and job-hunting advice (through articles, tools, tips, samples, and tutorials), as well as serving as a directory of links to all the best job sites. Special sections for teens, college students, and all other job-seekers (by industry, geography, and job-seeker type) make this site a comprehensive resource for all. When you go to the website you click the button Student because this is how you want to navigate the site. Benefits For Teens in Using Quintessential Careers are:
Resources for Adults
WorkForce Solutions Northeast Texas
1716 Posey Lane
Sulphur Spring, TX 75482
Veterans reps, employment reps, phones, free Internet & resume writer access computes are on site. Representatives are available with an appointment. Full range of jobseeker and employer services. Service Center - Employment Services; Access to Unemployment Insurance Benefits; Access to Child Care; Employment and Training for TANF Applicants and Recipients and former Recipients; Employment and Training for Food Stamp Recipients; Employment Support Services for Welfare Recipients; Training for Adults, Dislocated Workers, and Youth; Access to Adult Education; Referral to Apprenticeship Programs; Employment Services for Ex-Offenders; Employment, Training, and Support Services for Individuals affected by Layoffs or Imports (NAFTA/TAA); Employment and Training Services for Veterans; Employment Services for Individuals under the National and Community Services Act; Literacy Services; Access to Post-Secondary Career and Technology Training; Employment Services for Senior Texans; Claims for Unpaid Wages (under the Texas Payday Law).
The U.S. Department of Labor provide statistics about the numbers for people who used this website. Fifty-four percent of clients who used CareerOneStop entered employment. Seventy-seven percent of those kept their jobs. This website includes a wealth of information and has different tools and products to assist adults who are looking for new jobs or you have been laid off. For example Worker ReEmployment provides employment, training, and financial assistance for laid-off workers. The website includes a Job Search tool with job listings for all fifty states updated daily. Users will also find resources for getting immediate help with unemployment insurance, healthcare, and other financial needs; job searching and resume tips; changing careers and understanding transferable skills; and upgrading skills through education and training. (www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment). There is also a toll free number that can be used to speak with CareerOneStop personnel to assist with any questions that you might have. You can find this number by clicking on the contact us button.
1320 Shannon Rd W
Sulphur Springs, TX 75482
Goodwill strives to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals and families by helping people reach their full potential through education, skills training and the power of work. Goodwill meet the needs of all job seekers, including programs for youth, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities, criminal backgrounds and other specialized needs. Last year, Goodwill helped more than 9.8 million people train for careers in industries such as banking, IT and health care, to name a few — and get the supporting services they needed to be successful — such as English language training, additional education, or access to transportation and child care.” (Retrieved from goodwill.org/about-us/our-mission, on December 14, 2014). Last year Goodwill helped 262, 875 people find a job. On the Goodwill website http://www.goodwill.org you can click on the Find Jobs and Career Help button. Once there you can navigate in four different areas: Find a job where you can do a job search in your area, get training where you can take tutorials for computer skills, everyday life skills, and money management. Goodwill will even connect you with businesses and educational leaders in your area or online to help you develop training certificate and advance your career.
Now in its 19th year Quintessential Careers is a career, job, and college site, offering comprehensive free expert career and job-hunting advice (through articles, tools, tips, samples, and tutorials), as well as serving as a directory of links to all the best job sites. Special sections for teens, college students, and all other job-seekers (by industry, geography, and job-seeker type) make this site a comprehensive resource for all. When you go to the website you click the button Job-seeker because this is how you want to navigate the site. Benefits For Job-Seekers in Using Quintessential Careers...