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- About.com: Career Planning
- Affirmative Action Register—This Web site connects diverse professionals to diverse careers.
- American Honda Industry Education Program
- America's Career Info Net
- America's Job Bank
- Army Ed Space
- ASVAB Career Exploration Program
- Become RN
- Best Jobs USA
- BrainTrack College and Career Guide
- Bureau of Labor Statistics career site for children
- Campus Career Center Worldwide
- Career Builder
- Career Consulting Corner
- Career Center
- Career Descriptions and Jobs Reference Guide
- Career Education Portal
Find articles, schools and resources to help advance your career. Independently researched and categorized.
- Career Exploration
Successfully navigate the CareerOneStop Web site with information provided in this tool.
Connect to relevant links, resources and community services. Locate public workforce services, explore alternative career paths, compare salary data, get resume writing tips and job interviewing strategies and more!
- Career Guide to Industries
- Career Key
- Career/Life Skills
- Career Magazine
- Career Management International
- Career Overview
- Career Pathways Toolkit
- CityTownInfo Career Profiles
The CityTownInfo.com career directory presents information on hundreds of employment categories and thousands of schools, to help people find and pursue careers of interest to them.
- CNA Career.org
- College Opportunities Online
Your direct link to over 9,000 colleges in the United States, including two-year schools, technical institutes and trade schools. The Web site helps you understand the differences between schools and how much it costs to attend.
- Community College Finder
Search by state for Web site and contact information for each community college, plus average two-year tuition rates.
- Computer Careers Employment Locator
Search a database of nearly 12 million employers. Find contact information and maps to potential employers.
- Education Degree Program Directory
- Eureka Financial Planning Association
- GED Study Guide
- HBI Career Services
Home Builders Institute invites you to take a journey through the Make It Happen Web site, designed specifically to provide information about the career opportunities available in the residential construction industry.
- Health Resource Partners
- I Could Be
- +Jobs California
Statewide Internet job database. No registration required!
- JobBank USA
- Job Profiles from Monster.com
- Job Rapido
- Job Resources by Occupation
Browse through occupational categories to connect to online resources listing job opportunities for a specific occupation, industry or professional group.
- Jobtrak Corporation
- Keirsey Temperament Sorter
- Know Your Type (Myers Briggs)
Family career tracer from PBS.
- Mapping Your Future
- Medical Assistant Schools
- Medical Coding Training and Certification Guide
- My Future
- Nursing Career Center
- Nursing Degree Guide
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Online College and University Search
- Pathways to Technology
Assists high school students exploring careers in technology fields. Partnered by the American Association of Community Colleges and the National Science Foundation.
- Pharmacy Degrees
- Princeton Review Career Quiz
- RN to BSN
- RN to MSN
- Search for Schools Network
- Technical Schools and Computer Training Directory
United Kingdom and European job site.
- Technology Education Information Center
Technology Education is an educational program that helps students understand and apply competencies in problem solving, designing, producing, using, maintaining, assessing and developing technology.
- Thomson/Peterson's Find A Career College
- Ultrasound Schools Info
- Undergraduate Degrees Online
- UScollegesearch.org career links for students
- Virtual Job Shadow
- Vocational Research Institute
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Here are some links to individual schools/programs that might also be helpful:
- Apollo College
- Autry Technology Center: Enid, Oklahoma
- Aviation Institute of Maintenance
- Ball State University: Muncie, Indiana
- Brigham Young University, Technology Teacher Education: Provo, Utah
- California State University: San Bernardino, California
- Career and Technical Teacher Education Program at California State University: San Bernardino, California
- Clovis Community College: Clovis, New Mexico
- ECPI College of Technology
- ECPI Technical College
- Francis Tuttle Technical Center: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Gateway Technical College: Kenosha, Wisconsin
Gateway and other schools in the Wisconsin Technical College System participated in the 2012 Future First Summit.
- Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development: Cincinnati, Ohio
- Henry W. Brewster Technical Center: Tampa, Florida
- Kokomo Area Career Center: Kokomo, Indiana
- Lake Washington Technical College: Kirkland, Washington
- Lincoln Tech
- Mid-East Career and Technical Centers
- Minuteman Science and Technology High School: Lexington, Massachusetts
- Montana School of Professional Dog Grooming: Havre, Montana
- Nashville Auto-Diesel College: Nashville, Tennessee
- New Castle School of Trades: Pulaski, Pennsylvania
- North American Trade Schools: Baltimore, Maryland
- Northern Arizona University: Flagstaff, Arizona
- Pickens Technical College: Aurora, Colorado
- Pinnacle Career Institute: Kansas City, Missouri and Lawrence, Kansas
- Skyline College: San Bruno, California
- Southwestern College
- The Soma Institute: Chicago, Illinois
- Tulsa Technology Center: Tulsa, Oklahoma
- University of Advancing Technology (UAT): Tempe, Arizona
- Western Dakota Technical Institute: Rapid City, South Dakota
- Winter Park Tech: Orlando, Florida
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Who We Are
The Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is the nation’s largest not-for-profit association committed to the advancement of education that prepares youth and adults for successful careers. ACTE represents the community of CTE professionals, including educators, administrators, researchers, guidance counselors and others at all levels of education. ACTE is committed to excellence in providing advocacy, public awareness and access to resources, professional development and leadership opportunities.
What We Do
ACTE is committed to enhancing the job performance and satisfaction of
its members; to increasing public awareness and appreciation for career
and technical programs; and to assuring growth in local, state and
federal funding for these programs by communicating and working with
legislators and government leaders.
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