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    Career Planning Resources  
     
    Career Cruising 
    Helping students build a plan that connects their schoolwork to real life—to their futures—positively impacts academic achievement, retention, transitions, career and life success.

    Career Cruising is a self-exploration and planning program that helps people of all ages achieve their potential in school, career and life.

    BUILD SELF-AWARENESS 

    Users learn about themselves—their interests, skills, preferences and aspirations—so they can explore the opportunities right for them.

    EXPLORE OPTIONS 

    They learn about career possibilities and educational pathways by exploring rich, engaging content.

    CREATE A PLAN 

    A dynamic, actionable plan outlines the steps needed to achieve career, school and life goals.

    MAKE IT REAL 

    Plans are then brought to life—whether for a career, job or college—by taking informed action.  

                                           

     
    My Energy Gateway          
    http://www.myenergygateway.org/                                                                                             
    Your go-to site for planning an education and career in energy! 
    Find information on degress and certifications in enery.  Get tuition and information on scholarships, internships, college rankings, career options and industry resources.  Export your search results and compare your choices.
     
    Career One Stop 
    This is the place to search for occupational information, industry information, and state-specific labor market information.
     
    Career One Stop
    Pathways to Career Success
    http://www.careeronestop.org/studentsandcareeradvisors/studentsandcareeradvisors.aspx
    This is a career planning resource for students, parents, career changers, and career advisors.
      

    Reality Check
    http://www.texasrealitycheck.com/

    This site allows students to search for careers starting with the expenses they need to cover, the salaries they want to make, or their career choices.

     
    College.gov
    http://www.college.gov/

    College.gov is being built by the U.S. Department of Education in collaboration with students. This site is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for postsecondary education (such as 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, and vocational or career schools). Most importantly, college.gov is intended to provide inspiration and hope to all students, and encourage them to consider and pursue a post secondary education.

    College for Texans
    http://www.collegeforalltexans.com/

    Here is everything a Texan needs to know about preparing for, applying for, and paying for college or technical school.  And it's all in one up-to-date, easy to navigate mega site almost as big as the state itself.  And remember, $4 billion is available every year to help Texans attend college.

    Occupational skill and computer assisted researcher.
     
    O Net Center 
    O*Net Resource Center
    The nation's primary source of occupational information. Here you will find news and information about the O*NET program. This site is your source for O*NET products, including O*NET data, career exploration tools, and reports.
     
     
Last Modified on September 15, 2015