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Below are links to web sites that will help you make solid career decisions.

 Assess Your Interests

    Check out their collection of tests related to careers and career development. They also have loads of other Ph.D certified IQ & Personality tests.
  • Free Online Assessments and Tests
    Take free self-assessment tests. Measure your interest in a range of career fields.
  • JOBehaviors
    Provides dozens of job-specific assessments for positions in a variety of high-demand industries including Automotive, Healthcare, Banking, Childcare, Construction, Transportation, Retail, Insurance, Education, and Sales... with more added all the time. Invest 15-minutes to unlock information that could lead to a lifetime of job-success and fulfillment.
  • O*NET Computerized Interest Profiler
    Explore careers through this online tool. Find the type of work and occupations you would like and find exciting. Use your results to explore the world of work.
  • O*NET Work Importance Profiler
    What is important to you in a job? This tool helps you identify occupations that you may find satisfying.

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 Education Funding Resources

    Thinking about a career in the automotive aftermarket? An automotive scholarship can help pave the way.
  • FSA for Students
    Check out the Federal Student Aid Portal. Find out what you need to do to prepare for education beyond high school.
  • Funding Your Education
    Learn about the federal student financial aid programs. Find out how to apply for them.
    This online tool is free and easy-to use. You can answer a series of questions about yourself. You will get a list of government benefit programs you might be eligible to receive. You will also learn about how you can apply for them.
  • The Student Guide
    Looking to fund your education? Updated each award year, The Student Guide tells you about grants, loans, and work-study programs and how to apply for them.

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 Explore Career Options

  • CareerHero
    Join CareerHero for free and start networking with mentors and companies. Watch career videos, find internships, and explore careers.
  • Guidance and Counseling Associations and Services
    Looking for help? Try talking to a career counselor. You can also find other career resources in your area.
  • Nontraditional Careers
    The purpose of this site is to provide you with information and links to other sites about the subject of Nontraditional Careers and Occupations.
  • Sloan Career Cornerstone Center
    An ever-expanding resource center for anyone interested in exploring career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and medicine.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
    Check out hundreds of careers. Learn about what workers do on the job and more.
  • What Do You Like?
    This Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) site offers introductory career information for students K-12.

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 Find Schools or Training

  • Certification Finder
    Completing a certification may make you more attractive to employers. It may give you an edge in today's workplace. Use this online tool to find out more.
  • College Navigator
    College Navigator Site Screen Capture College Navigator is your direct link to nearly 7,000 colleges in the United States. They include many types of colleges, from 2-year schools, to trade schools. Learn about each type of school and how much it costs to attend.
  • Community College Finder
    You can search by state for web site and contact information. Be sure to check out average two-year tuition rates.
    Accredited online degrees, online colleges, on-campus degree programs, online certificates, online courses, online training and more.
  • Licensed Occupations
    You can search for licenses by state, occupation or agency. Licenses may be required by law for you to work in a certain career. This tool provides the licensing rules and a link for more information.
  • Registered Apprenticeship
    You can work at the same time as you prepare yourself for a great career. How? Through apprenticeship training. You can combine on-the-job learning with classroom instruction.

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 Find the Jobs

  • Careers in the Military
    The Career Voyages page devoted to military careers.
  • Careerjet
    Careerjet is an employment search engine. In just one search access 19,749,127 jobs published on 59,001 websites in the world.
  • Employer Locator
    Looking for a new job? One way is to check out possible employers. Search through nearly 12 million employers across the U.S. You can find contact information, maps and more.
  • - Bilingual Jobs
    Our hispanic employment service provides jobs to talented candidates with top niche organizations and offers free resume postings to qualified bilingual professionals.
  • Indeed
    Indeed is a search engine for jobs with a different approach to job search - you provide the what and where and Indeed gives job seekers free access to employment opportunities from thousands of websites.
  • Job Banks by Occupation
    Know what kind of job you are looking for? Check out the specialty job boards. You can browse online job opportunities for specific occupations. Look by industry or search by professional groups.
  • is one of the original Web employment portals. It has over 5,000 links to job search resources both by state within the U.S. as well as by industry/specialty (including those highlighted here on Career Voyages) as well as over 50 articles on the subject of online job search.
  • State Job Banks
    You can find a great selection of jobs at individual state job banks. Click the link above to find your state.
    There is a variety of student options for you in the federal government. Learn how to apply for jobs, build your resume, or find a job.
  • USAJobs
    Find a rewarding federal career. You can search the official job site of the U.S. Federal Government. This is your one-stop source for federal jobs.
  • Volunteer Opportunities
    The Career Voyages page devoted to volunteer opportunities.

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 Government Jobs, the Military and Volunteer Opportunities

  • Careers in the Military
    The Career Voyages page devoted to military careers.
  • Explore Careers with USAJOBS
    Check out your options using online tools. Find jobs based on your interests. Match federal jobs to tasks you like to do. Explore specific federal jobs. Match federal jobs to private sector jobs.
    Government jobs, up-to-date information on military schools, Federal jobs, as well as military loans and military pay are at
    There is a variety of student options for you in the federal government. Learn how to apply for jobs, build your resume, or find a job.
  • U.S. Dept of Defense (DoD) - Civilian Job Opportunities
    The military offers thousands of great jobs. See if one is right for you.
  • Volunteer Opportunities
    The Career Voyages page devoted to volunteer opportunities.

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 Locate Assistance

  • America's Service Locator
    Need help finding work? Aid in planning your career? Enter your ZIP Code and find nearby offices that offer free employment services.

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 Tools for Youth

  • America's Career Resource Network - Students
    You can get a jump on your future by exploring your interests, finding out what careers they point to, and making a plan to get the education and training you need to pursue your chosen field.
  • Job Search Strategies
    View resources and guides providing job search guidance. Get advice on writing resumes and cover letters. Check out tips on effective networking. Learn about salary negotiation techniques and more.
  • myJobPath
    People get people jobs! This site is a networking resource that includes: informative lessons and videos, a notebook to store contact and event information, and a volunteer database filled with professionals ready to support your job search.
  • Resume Tutorial
    Learn how to create a great resume in a step-by-step approach.
  • Sample Resumes
    In this site, you will find hundreds of sample resumes, helping you to write a resume in the appropriate format.
    This web site is your gateway to the U.S. Government. Plan your education beyond high school. They have a ton of online resources to check out. Find information on careers, community service, and travel and more.
  • Youth2Work
    Have questions about the world of work? Find out about the rules, safety, and health information for teen workers. Check out the resources for career planning, education and training, job listings and information for youth by industry.
  • YouthRules!
    Find out what the federal and state rules regarding young workers are so that you can have a safe and rewarding work experience.

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