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Oregon Youth Employment Initiative website

The Oregon Youth Conservation Corps (OYCC) provides education, training and employment opportunities based on conservation projects to disadvantaged and at-risk youth. The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has granted the State of Oregon, through the OYCC program in the Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD), American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture ...more »

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Roadmap Interactive Career Finder

People of all ages and backgrounds use the Roadmap Interactive Career Finder (RICF) to discover the CAREER PATH THAT IS RIGHT FOR THEM! It covers over 2,300 different career options! The RICF provides YOU the ability to explore which career paths are right for YOU based on YOUR interests in life, then automatically lists them on screen. YOU can then learn the facts about YOUR listed careers to compare and choose the ...more »

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JobZone

JobZone is a career information and management system for adult jobseekers across the state of New York. The JobZone System harnesses the power of the web to provide information on over 900 occupations including military titles from the O*NET Database and the latest labor market information from the NYS Department of Labor. The strength of JobZone is its ability to offer local and relevant content based on the interest ...more »

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CareerZone

CareerZone is an innovative online career exploration and planning system designed especially for today's high-tech youth in New York State. CareerZone was designed by the state Department of Labor to present current and relevant occupational and labor market information, making career exploration and planning fun and easy. CareerZone is provided at no cost to users and can be accessed at over 700 school districts across ...more »

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Pathway Builder ePortal

• The PathwayBuilder e-Portal is a first-in-the-nation solution that successfully links K-12 Students, College Students, Job Seekers, Out-of-School Youth and Employers into one, integrated, education and workforce platform. The e-Portal is a tool that can be used as an informational “one-stop” resource. It also serves as a college and career resource center to identify appropriate academic preparation (including an ...more »

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South Dakota Career InSite

What to expect: Explore a wide variety of occupational information, take online interest assessments, view occupational videos, learn how to complete a resume, conduct a job interview and keep a job. South Dakota Career InSite is a useful career exploration application. This site will provide you with detailed occupational descriptions as well as a variety of South Dakota specific occupational data (i.e. wages, employment ...more »

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Illinois workNet

'Illinois workNetTM is a statewide portal aimed at connecting individuals, businesses, and workforce professionals to workforce development resources and tools. Find a wealth of information in one convenient place. The Workforce Professionals Pathway features: • Dynamic/Real-Time Content – State and local content managers publish throughout the portal. • Web Services – Seamless access to third-party databases and tools, ...more »

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http://www.acinet.org

Gives information about jobs, duties, wages, education needed, similar jobs

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Career Coach

Career Coach is a free online career development tool that helps adults explore career options, define career goals, identify education and training resources, and make a step-by-step plan to reach their goals. The tool was created in a partnership between the non-profit organizations Women Employed and One Economy Corporation. Career Coach is hosted on One Economy’s site, the Beehive. Although Career Coach users have ...more »

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Occupation Explorer

Job Seekers, Career Counselors, Students and others can use this simple tool to set educational, wage and job growth criteria to find occupations that match their needs. From the report generated by setting the criteria users can move directly to complete information regarding a specific occupation or reset the criteria and explore other occupations.

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Occupational Information Center

Here job seekers, students, voc rehab and career counselors will find information on over 700 occupations. Information available includes current job openings, wage data, occupational descriptions and videos, 10 year forecasts of openings within occupations, licensing requirements, educational requirements, schools and training providers, industries of employment, skills related to the occupation, and occupations that ...more »

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Exemplary State Online Resources for Students, Career Explorers

Includes notable resources provided on various state sites, with notations about what's special about each. For example, Utah's career exploration site includes wage ranges, job outlook within the state, occupational skills that employers require, education needed, etc. The state provides clear information on skill certificates and on child care resources available to parents. In addition, the state has a site geared ...more »

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