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Job & Career Resources for Teens
This website is all about teens! You'll find stuff to help you get a job, get a summer job, find a career, find a college, apply for financial aid, discover a college major(s) and minor(s), and more.
Kiersey Temperament Sorter II
This assessment tool uses personality as a basis for guidance in selecting a job. After you complete the questionnaire, you receive a description of your personality type and some examples of jobs that might match these personality traits. Basic service is free, advanced service has a charge. Foreign language versions (Spanish, French, German, etc.) are available at David Kiersey's web site.
OKCollegeStart Career Center
This Career Center is designed to help you identify and prepare for a career that suits your skills, values, interests, and personality. Explore their career self-assessment and career match assistant.
America's Career InfoNet
From the U.S. Department of Labor, this website is a resource for making informed career
decisions to support a demand-driven workforce investment system. It answers questions about the fastest growing occupations and what occupations have the most job openings.
BLS Career Information
Get information about careers you might like based on your favorite subjects in school. Specific occupations are suggested with specific entry requirements, pay scales, future job outlook, and additional sources of information.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
See how much demand there is for the jobs that you're interested in. Find out details about the education & training you need and what kind of work the jobs involve.
AmeriCorps is an opportunity to make a big difference in your life and in the lives of those around you. It’s a chance to apply your skills and ideals toward helping others and meeting critical needs in the community. In addition, full-time members who complete their service earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $4,725 to pay for college.
"Do Something is an organization that helps you get involved in your community. As part of Do Something at your school, you and your friends identify the issues YOU care about and create community projects to turn your ideas into action."
Type in your zip code at this website and find a volunteer job near home that fits your interests and abilities.
Adventures in Education
This website provides information on career exploration, creating resumes and preparing for interviews. Includes sample resumes and templates.
Riley Guide To Internet Job Searching
This site provides one of the best overall guides to using the Web for your job search. It does not post jobs nor resumes, review resumes, or forward them to others on your behalf.
USAJOBS-Students and Grads
Federal government employment opportunities for high school and college students. Search options include employment type (for example, summer employment or internship), geographic location, and salary. Also offers options to create a profile to receive job matches by e-mail, submit a resume or get noticed by potential employers.
If you are a teen (14+) looking for a full-time, part-time, summer or vocational job, register NOW to create your profile. Then, you can search jobs, apply online to jobs of your choice, be considered for job openings, and get the latest news and info on teen employment.
U.S. Department of Labor: Resources for Young Workers
This website, developed by the Department of Labor, posts special Web pages for young people, both for those old enough to work and those not old enough, that provide information on topics ranging from student volunteerism to job safety. It also gives information about job preparation, career planning, how to present yourself, furthering your education, gaining experience, and finding a job.