For more information regarding education, training programs, and career pathways, check out these state and national resources. These resources will help you gain a better understanding of industry demand of various career choices and what to expect in different positions of employment; including the training required, salary range, employability, and demand. Get ahead of the game and start exploring your opportunities now!
Check out a College - Explore careers, find a college and program, and get started!
KnowHow2Go - Steps to entering college for the high school and junior high school student.
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries - Apprenticeship - Exploring apprenticeship opportunities and the steps to getting started.
Washington Career Bridge - Washington's one-stop source for career and educational planning.
WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) - Leadership and coordination for Washington's public system of 34 community and technical colleges.
Washington Student Achievement Council - A great resource for college preparations, college payments, planning & research, and program administration.
Employment Security Department - Data and analysis of Washington state's employment conditions, economy, job market, and work force.
WorkSource - State of Washington's official site for online employment services.
WOIS/The Career Information System - Explore career goals, make educational plans, and find the right training programs and schools to help you.
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) - The largest national education association dedicated to advancement of education that prepares students for successful careers.
America's Career Onestop - Job resource site linking state employment offices from all over the United States.
U.S. Department of Education - Learn more about policy and programs, funding, and research and statistics!
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics - A statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity.
O*Net Online System - Offers detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by other constituaous.
First Generation Students - A new website for people who are (or want to be) the first in their family to attend college and looking for information and support.
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