RESOURCES

CAREER RESOURCES

The career resource links listed below are a great way for students and parents to begin their search for career information. These links provide a wealth of information regarding career planning. These career resources will assist you with post-secondary planning including information on colleges, technical schools, apprenticeships, and jobs.

These links will also provide you with financial aid opportunities. Your future starts here!

  • www.bls.gov/oco/ Allows you to link to the Occupational Outlook Handbook and search the databases at the Department of Labor. Includes job search tips, job market information, and defines every occupation.
  • www.careerbuilder.com Career Builder allows you to search jobs, distribute your resume, and learn about college degrees and financial aid.
  • www.careerclusters.org  Look at information about the 16 career cluster areas.
  • www.collegeboard.org
  • www.educationplanner.org A good place to begin your career search! Education Planner allows you to explore and discover careers, colleges, technical schools, and financial aid.
  • www.fafsa.ed.gov
  • www.khake.com Link to the Vocational InformationCenter, search careers and careers pathways.
  • http://neuvoo.com/ Neuvoo is a site that features a job search engine and a salary calculator.
  • www.PaCareerLink.com Look through local job market information.
  • www.pacareerstandards.com An outstanding link for students, parents, and educators. Links to free career resources. Look at career portfolios, career assessments, and Pennsylvania Career Standards.
  • www.pacareerzone.org This link allows you to take a career assessment and then search the occupations that fit your interest profile.
  • www.pde.state.pa.us A link to the Pennsylvania Depatment of Education. Keep up to date with education initiatives.
  • http://studentcenter.ja.org This is a link to Junior Achievement. Explore the JA Student Center and look at careers, colleges, and finiancial aid. Learn about planning a business, planning for finances and entrepreneurship.

Suicide Prevention Resources

Many excellent resources on the topic of suicide prevention have been collected to help parents and school personnel. The list is available in Word and PDF formats. Click a link below to view/download the document of your choice.

Here are some other helpful resource documents related to suicide and suicide prevention:

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