RESOURCES, ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING
Resources in the Career Center include:
4 Computers- Research on the Internet
Community college information
Financial aid information- Grants, scholarships, loans, work-study
Job/Volunteer opportunities board
Map of colleges & universities in Pennsylvania
Military- Service Academies, ROTC, Enlistment
NCAA information- Interested in sports in college?
Scholarship search materials
Summer enrichment opportunities
Trade school information- Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Aeronautics, Nursing Art, Music
Reference Library: Career Planning Books
(Books may be checked out overnight; see Ms. Vaughn.)
100 Best Careers for the 21st Century
Do What You Are
Liberal Arts Jobs
Vocational and Technical Schools- East
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Guide to Military Careers
Choices 2002-2004- A Guide to Pennsylvania's Postsecondary Schools
Peterson's Nursing Programs
Peterson's Degree Programs in the Visual & Performing Arts
ASVAB Test Prep Guide
Student Athlete's Guide to College
Career Opportunities in the Sports Industry
The EDUCATION PLANNER
Choosing a career path doesn't come easy, especially at your age. Whether you're heading straight into the workforce or you're entering college first, the Career Key™ helps you get an early handle on who you are, what you're interested in, and what kind of career may be right for you.
more about the Holland Types
Your personality is directly related to finding a perfect career match and success in the workplace. Learn more about the Holland Types—Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.
the Career Key™ Assessment
Answer a brief series of multiple-choice questions about yourself to determine your Holland Type. Then, find out which job categories, industries, and specific occupations are most suitable for you.