Posted on June 3rd, 2011 No comments
More than 200 career counselors, job seekers, economic developers, students, and educators attended Work Green! Finding the Green in Minnesota’s Economy, an event co-sponsored by ISEEK and Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) on May 24.VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Posted on May 10th, 2011 No comments
Interested in a green career? Not really sure what that means? Then ISEEK’s new MnGreenCareers website is for you. Explore profiles of green careers, learn about green education, and get the inside scoop on the green job market in Minnesota.VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Posted on May 4th, 2011 No comments
Get charged up about green! Learn about Minnesota’s green jobs, businesses, and industries at this information-packed event, based on the most up-to-date, accurate research, and tools available:VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Posted on December 6th, 2010 No comments
Warning: Blatant promotion of ISEEK projects ahead — but these make great holiday gifts for the career explorers in your life.
Grab copies of the 2010 edition of MnCareers before they are gone. This award-winning annual publication is your only comprehensive, printed guide to Minnesota job search, education, and career exploration resources. The130-page magazine is easy to use for any student, dislocated worker, or career changer to find job search and training help and direction. The magazine has:VN:F [1.9.7_1111]Career/Job/Internship Fairs, Exploring careers, Information technology careers, ISEEK News, Job hunting, Wages and salaries
Posted on March 3rd, 2010 No comments
Will you be graduating from high school soon? Are you a college student unsure of your major? A job seeker who doesn’t know what your next career move should be? An educator looking for great sources to include in your college or job search course? If you or someone you know is in any of these groups, check out MnCareers – the annual magazine that can help you make better career and education choices.VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
Posted on January 8th, 2010 3 comments
Update: the voting period for the DOL Challenge is now closed. However, you can still visit the DOL Challenge web site to see how your favorite career or job web sites did in the voting or to view the comments people posted about them. Thanks for voting!
The good news is: there are a lot of resources available to job seekers on the Internet. The bad news is: it’s difficult to separate the good Web sites from the less helpful ones. Search the phrase “job seeker” on Google and you will get about 15,600,000 results. The phrase “career help” pulls up 223,000,000 Web pages.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) wants you to find the best job board, career information sources, and other online tools that help you find or advance your employment. DOL is compiling a list of online resources though its “DOL Challenge.”VN:F [1.9.7_1111]