Not sure what career you might be interested in? Not sure what career will be best for your future? Choosing a career is not always the easiest thing to do. These are career interest sources that might help you decide.
My Next Move- The O*NET Interest Profiler can help you find out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. You can find out what you like to do. The O*NET Interest Profiler helps you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore.
Virtual Job Shadow- Virtual Job Shadow is Southeastern Technical College's online career planning and career exploration resource that provides all the tools and resources for charting your career path by choice, not chance. It's highly-engaging, fun, and works perfectly on any computer, tablet, or smart phone, making job shadowing a uniquely cool digital experience! It enables students to search for jobs, take career interest profiler assessments, build resumes, and much more 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s known most by the career videos that shadow real professionals in their field of study. Students are able to see and hear actual people in the field that highlight the day-to-day functions of their job.
Occupational Trends- Georgia Department of Labor has information on statewide job projections for the near future and this site allows you to look at these possibilities with a wealth of information. Such as fasting growing jobs in GA, Most job openings, etc.
Get My Future - This website has information, tools, and links to resources to help anyone age 16 to 24:
- Explore careers
- Learn about and locate training or education programs
- Conduct a successful job search
The goal of this site is to help young adults overcome barriers and plan and achieve a path to career success.
Explore the site using the navigation labels across the top—or jump right to our different types of resources below.
Georgia Career Information System - Working with educational and labor market professionals, GCIS contains assessments, explorations, and search strategies as well as the most comprehensive and accurate state and national occupational and educational information. In addition to career management tools for individuals, tools are available to assist administrators. The GCIS site is a password-protected website. Contact the Career Services Department for the user name and password.
Searching for a job isn't something that you just go out and do. You have to prepare for the task of searching for a job. You need to evaluate yourself and assess the skills that you possess. You need to know what assets you have that will benefit local employers. The following information will assist you in preparing for a job search campaign and job interview.
- Job Search Guide
- Resume (Need to create a resume?)
- Identifying your Skills
- Helpful Hints Regarding Job Applications
- Dressing and Grooming for Interviews
Job Search Videos
- Dress for Interview
- Dress for Interview 2
- Resume Writing
- Resume Writing 2
- Interview Preparation
- Interview Preparation 2
- Interview Preparation 3