The Professional School Counselor 

"Though career counselors are, first and foremost, counselors, they are also providers of information." (Niles & Harris-Bowlsbey, 2009).


Career websites:
Here you will find useful information that will help you
to reseach careers. These resources can assist you in
understanding specific career choices and decisions. 
Provides a direct connection between a career
with an individual's strength, skills, and talents.  
Career builder is the largest job search, employment and
careers website.  You can look for jobs, post your resume,
and have access to job search tools and resources. 
Provides career information, including employee’ duties,
working conditions, training and education needed, earnings
and expected job prospects for hundreds of occupations. 
O*NET online is a tool to search careers and
offers a detailed description of the world of work. 
Create professional documents: resumes, and
cover letters, and tips, samples, and FAQ's. 
On this site you will find videos from professionals
offering real advice about various career options,
what they are about and what their work day is like
in that career.  "Real Advice from Real Professionals." 
Here you will find useful information that pertains to
salary, including base, median, and top-level earnings,
benefits and perquisites for numerous career options. 
Search this website to find thousands of open positions
This website serves the cultural and career needs of all
minorities, helping them through career and self development. 
Here you will find a variety of job and career resources
for everyone.  You can search through thousands of job
listings and obtain career advice for all types of work.    

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Page created by Lisa Silverman, School Counseling Intern/Graduate student of the Counselor Education program at Lehman College