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Moraine Area Career System
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Resources / Links


Moraine Valley Community College www.morainevalley.edu
Learn more about Moraine Valley Community College and thedual credit program.

Illinois Community College Board www.iccb.org/techprep
Find out more about the Tech Prep program in Illinois.

Illinois Department of Employment Security www.ILWorkInfo.com  This website links to Career Resources which offers a variety of career exploration products for elementary, middle, high school students, and adults.

Exploring Career Information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics www.bls.gov/k12  What interests you?

Occupational Outlook Handbook www.bls.gov/oco  Handbook of a wide range of occupations providing nature of work, working conditions, employment, training, job outlook, earnings, related occupations, and other sources of information.

Job Profiles www.jobprofiles.org  Covers the personal side of work.  Experienced workers share rewards of their job, stressful parts of their job, basic skills that their job demands, challenges of the future and advice on entering the field.

Virtual Job Shadow www.virtualjobshadow.com  Get an insiders view of careers through video clips on file.

America's Career InfoNET www.acinet.org  Explore options for work and learning, gain skills to get a job, find jobs, and expolore specific careers and other job resources.

U.S. Department of Labor and Education www.careervoyages.gov  Exploring career options including hot careers and emerging careers.

America's Career Resource Network (ACRN) www.acrnetwork.org  Getting started - for students, parents, teachers, counselors, and administrators.

Vocational Information Center www.khake.com  Making existing career and technical online resources easier to find.  Including: Career exploration and college planning, tutorials and learning resources for vocational students, skills for today's workforce, technical school locators, job market resources, CTE resources, and vocational curriculum, lesson plans, and integrated academic resources.

ISEEK www.iseek.org  Explore careers, plan your education, find a job or grow your business.

CompTIA's Tech Career Compass website http://tcc.comptia.org

College of Dupage Non-Traditional Careers for Women www.cod.edu/nontraditional/women.htm

College of Dupage Non-Traditional Careers for Men www.cod.edu/nontraditional/men.htm 

www.nycareerzone.org
(graphics site) "access yourself" Click on 3 work styles that best describe you.
Click on "view jobs" and receive a list of jobs that fit your style.
Click on job title for more information.
Click on "search" (blue menu bubble at top of screen) Type in job title for more info

www.myfuture.com
Click on "work interest quiz" Answer 60 questions and click on "submit".
Your "work styles are listed and described. Click on a work style.
A list of job titles that match your style are given.
Click on job title for more information.
Video clips, job interviews, lots of other goodies.

www.kingdomality.com
Game which gives information about your work style.

www.online.onecenter.org
Lengthy (180 questions, but easy format) skills search links to jobs.
Search by title.