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Career Resources Online!

You can learn more about work-based learning opportunities, job search skills, employers, legal issues of employment, and career planning at the following websites.

 

 

 

Want a career in the food industry?  Check out this link to major companies hiring!!

http://www.careersinfood.com/

 

Online Job Board with major corporations located throughout the US.

http://www.ehscareers.com/

 

 

www.HowToBecomeABountyHunter.com

How to Become a Bounty Hunter is a general information website with many resources useful to individuals interested in entering the fugitive recovery industry. We provide information on the offline and online educational paths one can follow to obtain training and licensing in bounty hunting or a related field. As fugitive recovery is a particularly exciting application of skills learned in the military

 

Law Enforcement Career Center Webpage...for those interested in employment with law enforcement!

http://www.cpoa.org/RESOURCES/careerCENTER/tabid/9024/Default.aspx

http://www.howtobecomeapoliceofficer.com/  Learn how to become a police officer.

 

 

Caregivers! Employment job boards for those interested in becoming a caregiver!

The caregiver section of our website is all ready for people to begin creating profiles. Here is the link to the caregiver sign-up area of the website: http://caresimply.com/users/sign_upAnd here is the link to our home page: http://caresimply.com/

www.jobapplicationcenter.com

Just as our website name suggests, we are a free online resource for helping students and graduates find specific information and advice on how to apply online and offline to every major national company in America. Students coming to our site can search a database of over 1500 articles each tailored to a specific company they may be interested in. We have many pages about companies located specifically in California

Napa Valley College Library Resource page for jobs and career related planning!

Learn more about healthcare careers:

http://www.healthcarecareersnow.com/

http://www.vista-cards.com/occupations/

If you know your holland scale code, review the above website to link to you're occupational search

CareerBliss.com is an online career community dedicated to helping find career bliss: happiness in life via happiness in the workplace. Introducing CareerBliss:

·       Job Board: National job board with daily updates and job alerts

·       Company Reviews: Over 600,000 reviews written by former employees at thousands of   companies

·     Salary Research: Salary ranges taken from an exclusive database with over 6 million data points on income (for personal and academic research)

·    BlissFinder: A unique job happiness survey designed to demystify career bliss

·    Advice Articles: Original content articles with expert job seeking advice

 

       Nursing jobs and Nursing resources!


- NursingJobs.us - Nursing jobs in the United States
- Nurse Recruiter - An online job board for RNs
- Ultimate Nurse Forum - Nurses give each other career advice in this community
- Nursing Directory - An authoritative directory of nursing websites \

 

Human Services:

http://www.houseofacts.org/Counseling---Workforce.html

House of Acts in Vallejo Employment

 Want to attend Law School? Great link for enrollment information:

http://www.lawschoolpath.com/

CareerOneStop (www.CareerOneStop.org) is the pathway to career success and includes tools to help job seekers explore careers, investigate salary and benefit information, research education and training opportunities, plan a job search and browse job sites, write and improve resumes and cover letters, and prepare for a job interview. In addition, the CareerOneStop Web site provides links to workforce and labor market information Web sites that contain local information resources and tools.

mySkills, myFuture (www.myskillsmyfuture.org) enables job seekers and intermediaries to match a worker’s occupational skills and experiences with the skills needed in other occupations, in order to enhance their career mobility and economic prospects. mySkills, myFuture is designed for use as either a self-help tool or with the assistance of expert advisers.

CareerOneStop’s Worker ReEmployment portalhttp://www.careeronestop.org/ReEmployment/ is designed to assist impacted workers following job loss, and to connect laid-off workers to needed resources for training, reemployment, career planning, financial and emotional help during the process of job transition.

CareerOneStop’s Auto Worker ReEmployment(www.careeronestop.org/ReEmployment/Auto) provides quick access to vital resources for laid-off auto workers. Workers in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and other states will find quick links to their state’s resources for unemployment benefits, healthcare options, financial assistance, job search assistance, and more.

America’s Service Locator (www.servicelocator.org) connects people to local offices providing employment and training services. It provides maps and driving directions to the nearest One Stop Career Center, and unemployment insurance filing assistance. America’s Service Locatorhas information on more than 20,000 local resources and offices.

Toll-Free Help Line (1-877-US2-JOBS, TTY: 1-877-889-5627) provides a full range of basic information about workforce program services for both workers and employers, as well as locations to One Stop Career Centers and other offices, including unemployment insuranceassistance. Information is available in over 160 languages.

O*NET OnLine (www.onetcenter.org) enhances businesses’ hiring and retention efforts and supports workers and students in career planning by accessing key data for identifying and developing workplace skills.

Workforce3One (www.workforce3one.org) is an online library of resources to help workforce leaders and frontline staff meet the employment and training needs of their communities. Users can share best practices; access virtual training, tools and resources; and join online communities to connect to experts and peers.

Green Economy is taking off! Take a look at some current career tracks as listed on: http://www.greencareersguide.com/

ADA Information Center at http://adabbs.hr.state.ks.us/dc/

Careerfile at http://www.careerfile.com/

 Careerbuilder.com at http://www.careerbuilder.com/

Prepare now to make yourself attractive to future employers. The resources are out there. You just need to make use of them.