Middle School Careers
My Road from the College Board is a comprehensive resource for career decision making and education. Students can determine their personality types, explore college majors and careers. This is a FREE service to students who took the PSAT.
The Office of Career and Technical Education site allows students to view 4-year high school plans for careers in which they have an interest.
Drive of Your Life is a unique website where you get to be in the driver's seat to learn about different careers that fit your interests. You get to customize your own cyber-car while learning about lots of different careers. You'll even get your own printable "license" when you complete the online program. Visit today!
America's Career InfoNet is an excellent career resource library. Find high growth industries and job opportunities, identify options and plan your education.
Best Jobs U.S.A. Employment Review Magazine
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information. Find information here on education, earnings, job descriptions, and job markets in each state.
Take a guided tour of Planning a Career. On this tour, you can find out how to choose a career and how to reach your career goal. You will also pick up useful tips on job hunting, resume writing and job interviewing techniques.
Kokomo Area Career Center (KACC) offers programs that are designed to train high school students for technical jobs in the workplace of tomorrow.
Find one of 4,100 careers in the Military. Military service people often enter the civilian world as highly experienced and sought-after candidates.