There are many paths that can lead to a happy and independent life. Here some resources to equip your Little Sister with the information they need to make an informed decision about life after high school.
Explore aspects of who you are, and get some guidance on potential career paths by taking one or all of these free online personality tests.
Learn about different careers
Explore this collection of hundreds of career videos.
Learn about college:
- Find Your College
- Estimate the Cost of College
- Racine Community Foundation Scholarships
- Alternative Colleges
And the many alternatives to college:
- Vocational Schools
- Armed forces
- Coding Bootcamps
Get a Job
- Employment Resource Center – A wide variety of no cost job seeker tools and staff support in Racine.
- STARTS Now initiative – Work with success coaches, develop a career plan and move toward family-sustaining employment.
More Online Resources
- O*Net Online — A service of the U.S. Department of Labor, which includes job descriptions and occupational data
- MyNextMove — A service of the U.S. Department of Labor, specifically designed for the job seeker who wants to browse career opportunities by keyword or industry
- Career Exploration — Hosted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a great entry point for students to explore occupations by industry
- Career Center — A career exploration gateway sponsored by the University of California – Berkeley Career Center, which includes links to career profiles, guides, and industry resources