What’s My Next Move? A guide to exploring careers using online documents from the U.S. Department of Labor

Authors: 
Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor
Year Published: Not Dated
Type: 
Guide/Toolkit
Organization: 
United States Department of Labor
Series: 
No date indicated, 10 pages.
Abstract: 

This 10-page document is a career planning tool designed to assist high school students in managing their education and career plans. Using links to online documents from the U.S. Department of Labor, “What’s my Next Move?” guides students along the career planning process from self-assessment, career/occupation exploration, to job searching and interviewing. The document also allows students to engage career counselors, teachers, parents and others as they identify and gather information from multiple sources into one comprehensive plan. What’s my Next Move is organized around seven questions to be addressed in the career exploration process: What are my career interests?, Which careers do I want to explore?, What are my career goals?, Who’s doing what I want to do?, What are my plans to achieve my career goals?, How do I start my career?, and How do I put my plan into action?. It includes worksheets and a career planning document for recording your answers to the questions.

Availability: 
CareerOneStop, U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration; Telephone: (877) 348-0502, TTY: (877) 348-0501, E-mail: info@careeronestop.org, Website: http://www.careeronestop.org/whats-my-next-move.aspx
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