CHOICES: https://access.bridges.com This is a great website to explore career fields and take an interest survey if you are not sure what you would like to do after high school. You can create a free account and obtain a lot of information on specific careers and colleges that offer the career you are interested in.
Occupational Outlook Handbook for Students: www.bls.gov/k12 This is a very user friendly site that puts career descriptions in lay terms. It is produced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Click on categories such as “Computers” or “Helping People”, then on the job title for a description of the job, requirements and the outlook. This site is oriented toward young people and those who want to browse descriptive career-specific information.
America 's Career InfoNet: www.acinet.org/acinet This is fairly technical information from America ’s Career InfoNet, part of the Federal Department of Labor. Click on “Occupation Information”, then “Occupation Profile”, then you use the “Menu Search” by job families to get detailed descriptions and statistics of many jobs and career choices.