Trying to figure out your post-high school path? Check out the links below:
True Compass: Helps students discover their unique personalities, talents and abilities. Must pay for the test/service.
Career inventories, career/college search, resumes, post-secondary information etc. Registration through ACHS required.
The flagship career, training, and job search website for the U.S. Department of Labor. The website serves job seekers, businesses, students, and career advisors with a variety of free online tools, information and resources.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations in the United States.
The Workforce Centers of South Central Kansas are a one-stop resource for job seekers and employers. At the Workforce Centers JOB SEEKERS will find the tools and training needed to build a successful career and EMPLOYERS will find help with their hiring, training, or human resources needs. Because many local, state, and federal organizations help provide these valuable services, most are available free of charge.
Helpling Youth Prepare for Employment; One stop shop for helping youth find jobs in the Wichita area.
A comprehensive data base that lists all jobs in the United States along with educational requirements, salary information and detailed descriptions of the career.
Search schools, scholarships, majors/careers, paying for college, helpful articles, etc.
Career inventory and search engine
Major/Career and college search as well as career inventory
Resources and links on many different college planning topics
Career inventories, career and college search, resume info, information for different options after high school etc.
Developed for the Department of Defense
The Occupational Network
Kansas Career Navigator is intended to offer all Kansans access to public state regional information to aid in the selection of education and training programs, access to workforce training providers and labor market information. The site focuses on careers, outlook, county information and postsecondary/training information. Current career lists highlight the top 10 occupations in each area that meet high wage/high demand criteria set by the Department of Labor.
Need work now? Find what's available in your zip code.
Governments National Center for Education Statistics
Career information along with resume and internship advice.
Developed with for the Department of Labor
Provides Salaries for occupations throughout the country
NY state Career Center
California Career Center
Occupational Employment Statistics Query System
General information for careers for college grads
College and career planning
College, major and scholarships
< Back to counselors