Today's world offers such a wide variety of career paths, that it is oftentimes hard to decide what kind of career one wants to pursue. Here are some internet sites that may help to guide you with your choices. They also assist you with pursuing your chosen career. To make this list of links easier to read, it has been divided into several categories.
Help with Career Choices
Mapping Your Future - A website that can guide you with any questions you may have about colleges, whether it is the application process or how to get the financial aid you deserve.
JobStar - A site that can help you find out more about your chosen career - What kind of training do I need? Where will I work? etc.
School to Careers - A free site that can help you find the career information for you.
WisCareers - A free service to help you find the career for you. To log in, you need the password you can get from your guidance counselor. There is no charge for this phenomenal site.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook - The US Department of Labor put together a wealth of information about careers and job choices.
Jobs In Wisconsin - Helps you find jobs in Wisconsin.
iSeek - Helps you find a job that's right for you.
The Career Connection - A free service to help you explore what kind of career is the one of your dreams.
ASVAB Career Explorer - An online site that can help you plan on your future.