|FurtherYour Education: Sponsored by American Education Services (AES)|
This site was developed to guide non-traditional students (transfer students, adult students, part-time students, etc.) through the maze of postsecondary options: selecting a major, finding a college or university that will help you achieve your career goals, and obtaining student aid.
MyMajor: Help With Choosing a college Major
Help with finding a college major that is most consistent with your interests, preferences, and achievements.
What Can I Do With a Major In...?
From University of North Carolina at Wilmington Career Services, this site offers a list of college majors each of which gives career titles, major skills required, and related Web sites.
MindTools.com : Essential life and career skills
This site outlines important life and career skills in easy to understand language. Learn personal effectiveness, goal setting and stress management. In addition, there are tips to improve creativity, assist problem solving, organize time and deadlines, and improve your memory.
USCampus.com: Help for International Students
UScampus provides comprehensive resources about studying and living in the United States. They counsel students on topics such as strengthening English skills, preparing applications, applying for visa and adjusting to the United States culture.
JobStar Central: Guides for Specific Careers
Find information about planning your career in addition to the kind of training and or education needed, earnings, work environment, and whether or not the field is expected to grow.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
This is the electronic version of the print Occupational Outlook Handbook prepared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Search by occupation, browse by occupational cluster, or use the index.
Occupational Outlook Quarterly Online
Published three times per year. “OOQ provides practical information on jobs and careers. Articles are written in straightforward, non-technical language and cover a wide variety of career and work-related topics such as new and emerging occupations, training opportunities, salary trends, and results of new studies from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.” (text from site).