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California Career Zone

The California Career Zone is a website for student career exploration, and offers supplemental workbooks related to job and career success, links to other career development resources for educators, and suggestions for using the website with students.

ACRN

ACRN is funded by the US Department of Education and offers career exploration tools for students, parents and educators.

What Do You Like?

What Do You Like? Is a website providing introductory labor market and career information to elementary and middle school students, educators and parents. This website also links to the Occupational Outlook Handbook online for more in-depth information at a higher reading level. Includes a facilitator's guide and resources for more information.

O*NET

O*NET is the official US Department of Labor Website that offers students, parents and educators career development information, career assessments, and detailed descriptions of over 800 occupations. Includes information for educators on using the site with students.

Road Trip Nation

Road Trip Nation is a television show and website produced by PBS, designed to help students explore careers through video-based information interviews across the world.

Mapping Your Future & Career Ship

Mapping Your Future and Career Ship are career exploration websites that provide information on career, college and financial aid services for educators, parents and students. The Making High School Count workbook encourages students to make the most of high school and prepare for post-secondary education.

Making High school count workbook downloadGetting Ready for High School website (can we post the guide?)

Getting Ready For High School website provides resources for educators on incorporating the guide (available by contacting Butte College) into curriculum and classroom sessions.

Who Do U Want 2B?

Who Do U Want 2B? Offers career exploration, games and an interest inventory for students aged middle school-adult.

Roads to Success

Road to Success is a career and college skill development program for students in 7-12th grade. Educators can access resources on implementing the program, download workbooks, and link to additional resources.

Career Cafe

Career Cafe provides students, parents and educators with information on career development, major selection, and conducting a job search. Educator section offers downloadable lesson plans, videos and other media to promote learning.

Lee Middle School Career Day Documents

Lee Middle School puts on an annual career day to offer students first-hand information on a variety of local careers.

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