Kansas Workforce Alliance - The Workforce Centers of South Central Kansas are a one-stop resource for job seekers and employers. At the Workforce Centers JOB SEEKERS will find the tools and training needed to build a successful career and EMPLOYERS will find help with their hiring, training, or human resources needs. Because many local, state, and federal organizations help provide these valuable services, most are available free of charge.

    http://www.bls.gov - A comprehensive data base that lists all jobs in the United States along with educational requirements, salary information and detailed descriptions of the career.

    Xello Career Assessment - Use this website and click on the drop menu to access your Xello account. Xello helps students discover the pathway that’s right for them, whether it involves a trade, college, university, entrepreneurship, or other training through short assessments. As students gain self-knowledge through assessments and reflection, they save careers, schools, programs, and experiences to form a vibrant, visual roadmap that’s easy to update and share.

    http://www.mynextmove.org/ - A free career assessment. No account needed. Take this assessment if you are feeling like you are not sure what you would be good at (remember this is a normal and okay feeling).

    http://kscareernav.gov/ - Kansas Career Navigator is intended to offer all Kansans access to public state regional information to aid in the selection of education and training programs, access to workforce training providers and labor market information.  The site focuses on careers, outlook, county information and postsecondary/training information.  Current career lists highlight the top 10 occupations in each area that meet high wage/high demand criteria set by the Department of Labor.


    Resume Template - here is a resume template you can use to create your own resume. If you need help, please let Mrs. Cramer know.