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career resources

Career Thoughts
Career advice for teens and students - get your career off to the right start with resume, cover-letter, and interview tips.

Georgia Career and Information Center
Information for career development - this site requires a user name and password that you can get from your school counselor or administrator.

Georgia Law
This site has information and laws about everything from employment age to gambling age to tattoos and piercings to voting age to boating age.

Georgia Teen Work
This site was created by the Department of Human Services to provide Georgia teens (14-18) valuable work experiences through summer employment opportunities.

Georgia Work Ready
Offers skills assessment, training, and certification for Georgia residents to meet the needs of Georgia businesses.

Job and Career Resources Subject Guide
The Job and Career Resources Subject Guide and the library's main site covers places to search for jobs, information about government jobs and your legal rights, and places to go for career research.

This site was developed by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and brings together infomration about colleges, careers, and military service opportunities from the U.S. Departments of Labor, Education, and Defense.

Nuts, Bolts & Thingamajigs: Student Center
This site has information on summer camps, scholarships, salaries, and schools for anyone interested in a career in metal forming and manufacturing.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Excellent tool for career research, refining online job hunting, career changers, resume and cover letter preparation and more.

A site for teens looking for a job and the employers who hire them.

Year Up: Closing the Opportunity Divide
Do you feel like you don't have the skills to get a good job? Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides young adults (18-24) with technical and professional skills, college credits, and a corporate internship. Visit the site to see if you are eligible to apply for this valuable free training.