There are numerous career-related links that may prove helpful. The following reflect only a few of the many possibilities. While we cannot guarantee all of the information here is accurate and up-to-date, we do believe what we have listed represent credible sources.
- Colleges, Universities, Schools and Training
- Comprehensive Career Planning and Development
- Cover Letters & Resumes
- Differently Abled
- Health Careers
- Job Search
- Occupational Exploring
- Older Adult
- Professional Organizations
- Starting a Business
- Salary & Wages
- Choosing a Major
College View – Hundreds of virtual tours of colleges available while using this high - quality site.
College Toolkit – A one-stop resource for students regarding life after high school.
Christian College Mentor – A site based around Christian colleges offering a wide range of information on majors, careers, financial aid, and more.
HBCU Mentor – This site and database has all kinds of information available to those interested in historically black colleges and universities.
Job Hunters's Bible – Site of Richard Bolles, author of "What Color Is Your Parachute?"
Nextsteps – Provides a nice career planning model with colorful graphics; resume tips w/samples; attitude quiz; publishes a career magazine and provides links to career tests.
Career Information – Created by the publishers of the Wall Street Journal; primarily for those interested in business; features salaries & profiles; career columnists; on - line career counseling; post - a - job; start a business; job hunting archive, etc.
Career Magazine – Publishes career magazine and offers job openings; relocation tips, etc.
America Career Infonet – Provides occupational information on employers; general outlook; wages; career exploration; etc.
Riley Guide – The Riley Guide introduces you to the online job search, listing many online sites and services that are useful for your job search.
Quintessential Careers – Need some professional help or advice to further your career? You'll find it here!
America's Career Infonet – This site has topics including resume & cover letter advice, tips on effective networking & salary negotiation techniques
College Grad – A great way to get started, this site offers advice on college-entry resumes.
Careers online at University of Minnesota – This is an extensive list of employment resources online for people with disabilities.
America's Job Bank – U.S. Labor Dept. Job Listing, nationwide
America's Service Locator – connects people to local offices providing employment and traning services. It provides maps and driving directions to the nearest One - Stop Career Center. ASL has information on more than 20,000 local resources and offices
Indeed – one search...all jobs....put in a job title.....search by city, state and/or zip code
Careers in the Military – information base on different branches of the military and the jobs contained within them, including some you might have never thought of
Michigan Labor Market - To find information about an occupation of interest
A - Z - Includes Michigan salary ranges, outlook, etc.
O'Net Online – Browse by Job Family or High Growth Industry
American's Career InfoNet – Job oportunities; Non-profit; Military; Volunteer, etc.
Career/Occupational Videos – Videos available for online viewing via America's Career InfoNet
How you Earn Credits – this site deals with information about benefits, advice about how and when to retire and other useful tibits related to Social Security and retirement.
National Career Development Association – National Career Development guidelines, career decision - making, etc.
Learn Overseas – a site dedicated to helping students find opportunities to study abroad
Newslink – more than 3,400 U.S. newspapers and hundreds of non - U.S. papers online
Realtor.com – useful site for information regarding moving to a town or city you've been exploring
The Salary Calculator – allows you to compare the cost of living in hundreds of U.S. and even international cities
College Connection Scholarships – a financial aid resource center that offers you the ability to search for scholarships.
Hispanic College Fund, Inc. – an organization that targets its scholarships to eligible Hispanic students who wish to pursue a higher education in business.
Rutgers University Handouts – Profiles that summarize majors and lists related occupations, typical employers and examples of jobs.