Recommended Career Sources

Library Sources Online and in Print:

  • The Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 15th Edition is available in print in the school library. Check out our Destiny Catalog for more career books in print.
  • Applied Science Online, from Salem Press, provides information on careers in science, technology, and math.
  • Scholastic Go! Search for your topic or career. Each article will provide a list of weblinks for additional information. For example, checkout the article for "Careers in Mathematics" and it's websites on daily lives of mathematicians from the Princeton Review and what they do from College Foundation of North Carolina.
  • See "List of Usernames and Passwords" if prompted for a username and password. You must be signed into your account to access this list.
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Counseling Office Sources:

Naviance - Student's personal college and career exploration and development tool

  • RoadTrip Nation- Free version offers students option to explore some careers based on their preferences, as well as some video interviews. Premium version is available on Naviance.

Web Sources:

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Bureau of Labor Statistics

K12 Career Exploration- Bureau of Labor Statistics

RoadTrip Nation- Interactive Career Research

Connecticut Labor Market Info- Career Resource Network Updates; CT Dept of Labor

Job & Career Connection- CT Dept of Labor provides 5 steps to finding a job or career