Career Cruising (www.careercruising.com) #1 Recommended
Requires a purchased license along with a user name and password to access; with funding provided by CEANCI, all high school students, staff and parents served by CEANCI, have ongoing access to career cruising, without cost. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A ‘one stop career shop’ that offers anything and everything, career education:
Interest assessments, career exploration, development of job search documents, post-secondary institution search and networking with local business and industry via unite!
Use Careers.Org to investigate more than 150,000 pages about online degrees and universities, jobs and occupations, and entrepreneurial opportunities. Find detailed information about hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States and abroad, along with in-depth profiles of thousands of related academic programs, occupations and industries.
Career One Stop (www.careeronestop.com)
America’s Career Info Net (www.careerinfonet.org)
Part of Career One Stop, the website offers a variety of tools and resources for career exploration, education information, and job search instruction. It helps users explore career opportunities and make informed employment and education choices. It is sponsored by the US Department of Labor’s employment and Training Administration. It is continually updated.
National Career Development Association (www.ncda.org)
This website is updated annually with hundreds of helpful resources, services and tools that assist users in exploring careers, planning for the future, searching for employment, and finding additional training necessary to pursue a dream.
Occupational Outlook Handbook (www.bls.gov/ooh)
This website provides the latest information on more than 250 occupations, accounting for 90% of US jobs. Information includes nature of work, places of employment, training and other qualifications, advancement, employment outlook, earnings and working conditions, and sources of additional information.
O*Net Online (www.onetonline.org)
This web site was created to provide broad access to the Occupational Information Network database of occupational information, which includes information on skills, abilities, work activities, and interests associated more than 950 occupations. This resource allows visitors to browse occupations using many different search terms. Occupational information is gathered primarily from US Bureau of Labor Statistics sources. Reports include information about Holland Summary Codes. It is continually updated.
Riley Guide (www.rileyguide.com)
The Riley Guide is a directory of job, career, and education information sources available online.
What Color is my Parachute? (www.jobhuntersbible.com)
Published annually since 1970 and with more than 12 million copies sold, Richard Bolles’ book, ‘What Color is my Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers,’ is a complete career guide that covers the gamut of topics related to one’s career mission and provides strategies for accomplishing it. The companion website is designed as a supplement to the book.