- Education and Career Research -
Do you think outside of the box when it comes to a career?
Nuttin' But Stringz - Damien and Tourie Escobar began studying violin at ages 8 and 7 as youth in Queens, New York. They dared to "think outside of the box" and combined the violin skills learned as youth with their love for hip-hop and created a unique sound.
Read their bio or watch a performance
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Will you continue your education after high-school?
Year Up - A one-year, intensive training program that provides urban young adults 18-24, with a unique combination of technical and professional skills, college credits, an educational stipend and corporate internship. The program enables them to move on to full-time employment and higher education. Year Up is about providing opportunities for young adults to demonstrate their true potential.
The Princeton Review - The site gives you tools for high school, college and beyond including various test prep options. Searching for the right college? Browse the college rankings section, evaluate different schools, and pick the best match to meet your educational goals.
Higher Education No Longer Guarantees Financial Security? We are in the beginning of a new phase in the relationship between jobs and education argues the author of this article. He believes the supply of university graduates is increasing while the demand for educated labor is being reconfigured by technology. Will technology take-over your future job duties? Do you believe this is good or bad for the labor market? Will it ultimately create new jobs or cause massive unemployment?
Howard Community College
Maryland Educational Opportunity Center
All State Career
The Art Institutes
Full Sail University
Scholarship Search - Howard Community College gave us a list of scholarship websites, and we conducted research using information given during their visit to our classroom. Students chose three sites to visit and explore out of a list of 28 sites.
This website is dedicated exclusively to helping you discover a career direction that best matches your personality style using a step-by-step guide in finding the occupation that best matches your personality style. Specifically, the occupation that best matches your interests, skills, values and behavioral traits.
To help you select a career direction and develop a career plan, you will be guided in completing five exercises generally considered by most career guidance counselors to be necessary steps. These steps include: