Career

ACT Profile – How does the ACT Profile work?  Students, parents and counselors can create their own ACT Profile account.  After signing up and creating a profile, self-assessments are available to help pinpoint interests, values and abilities.  The assessments lead to interactive career and major maps.

O*NET Career Exploration  – O*NET program is available to the public at no cost and is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation. Using the O*NET Career Exploration Tools, students may explore a range of career directions, based on their interests, work values and abilities. The computerized assessments and related materials are available as free downloads.  Learn more about the O*NET tools:  ability profiler, interest profiler, computerized interest profiler, work importance locator and work importance profiler.

CLIMB Wyoming – Office Careers training in Laramie for single mothers. Located in the CLIMB Wyoming Laramie office at 217 South 1st street.  Get trained to earn higher wages, support your family, receive life skills and support, and land a “career” not just a job!

MyFuture.com – Detailed info on thousands of colleges and trade schools, as well as financial aid options.  Extensive career data including national average salary, required experience and more.  An overview of military service, including full-time and part-time options and their benefits.  A  Resume Builder and other tools to make planning and applying easier!

MyPlan.com

Resume Building – View sample resumes and build your own resume to print or share online.

Wyoming Department of Workforce Services

 

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