Meet with Career Counselor LuAnn Coldwell to discuss your career path. Appointments with LuAnn can be made by calling 440-834-4187 (Burton) or 330-888-6301 (Twinsburg).
Good Resources for Getting Started:
America's Career Info Net Career One Stop http://www.acinet.org
Very accessible information on occupational descriptions, education, job outlook, and salary.
Kent State University Career Resources:
Explore Kent majors and degrees: http://www.kent.edu/gps/index.cfm
Career Services homepage: http://www.kent.edu/career/index.cfm
Find out about Career Fairs, search the Job & Internship Board, get help with your Resume, practice Interviewing and get prepared for the Job Search. This information is also available under your Career Path Tab on Flashline.
My Plan -- Major and Career Guidance. Take Interest Inventories.
Other Useful Websites:
https://www.careerzone.ny.gov -- A very good quick and easy way to find occupations from the Holland Self Directed Code.
http://www.quintcareers.com/transferable_skills_set.html -- Transferable job skills.
www.jobhuntersbible.com -- Based on Richard Bolles book, "What Color is Your Parachute". Good site for adults in transition.
http://www.niu.edu/careerservices/weblinks/ -- Excellent research website.
http://www.rileyguide.com/research.html -- Research employers.
https://ohiomeansjobs.com/omj/ -- Search for Ohio job opportunities
http://www.cleveland.com/jobs/ -- Search for local job opportunities.
http://www.noche.org/neointern/ -- Search for local internship opportunities.
Books: There are many career related books available in the Library. For example, there are books that address the required training and job opportunities by career field.
Local Job Board: Check out our Career Services board in the hallway near the library.