2013 MnCareers Answers 3 Important Questions for ExplorersPosted on September 25th, 2012 No comments
Career explorers of all ages often ask themselves three important questions:
- What do I want to do with my life (or career)?
- What do I need to know to make my next move?
- Now that I have information, where do I go from here?
Teens and adults can answer these questions with MnCareers. The award-winning career exploration magazine is updated for 2013 and is available now. It includes new information to help Minnesotans make informed decisions.
In addition to the detailed salary and labor market information for 200 occupations, the popular MnCareers interest assessment, and job search resources, this year’s magazine includes new information about:
- The odds of making a fantasy job a reality in As Seen on TV
- What employers expect in Developing Your Work Skills
- Tips on how to choose accurate resource for Finding Career Information
- How to choose and apply for an Apprenticeship program
- ROTC, National Guard and options to pay for college through Military Careers & Training
- The six-steps every job seeker and employee takes in Managing Your Career
- Where to find local resources to help job seekers who are Overcoming Obstacles
2013 MnCareers is available for immediate delivery, while supplies last: www.iseek.org/iseek/static/2013_MnCareers_Order_Form.pdf (PDF form will open in a new window.)
Middle and high schools, colleges, community organizations, libraries, correctional facilities, and other organizations can receive boxes of the magazine to distribute to students and job seekers at a specific event, or throughout the year. Advisers, parents, and career explorers can also order single copies of MnCareers for $8 each. A box of 25 copies is $125.
In addition, the updated MnCareers Facilitator Guide is available to help career advisers connect the information in 2013 MnCareers with other college readiness or career exploration activities. The Guide is a series of PDFs available for download at no cost on ISEEK.org: www.iseek.org/mncareers/facilitator.html.
MnCareers is produced by iSeek Solutions, a joint-powers organization composed of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, the University of Minnesota, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, Minnesota Department of Education, Office of Higher Education, MN.IT Services, and other state agencies.VN:F [1.9.7_1111]
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