The Career Key
This site contains a questionnaire that helps you to identify your interests, abilities and values. Based on the three-letter code results, you can research career possibilities. The site links its list of occupations directly to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, and by clicking on any title, you are given a detailed description.
The Princeton Review Quiz
This site has a short questionnaire that will give you a general description of your interests, skills, and preferred style as well as a list of careers that all of this points to, chosen from a list in the Princeton Review's Guide to Your Career. There is also a detailed description of each career online.
This site contains a brief questionnaire, which allow you to explore your “type” (as related to the Myers-Briggs theory) and relate it to career possibilities.
New York State Department of Labor, Career Zone
This NYS site provides a variety of information related to careers and the career planning process.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
This site is a direct link to the US Dept. of Labor's current edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
America's Career Info Net
This is a comprehensive site, which provides a wide array of career information.
This website provides brief and comprehensive descriptions of job titles, career fields and industries.
This website, which utilizes O*Net allows you complete assessment activities, to search for careers by keyword and or industry. It also provides you with related information about specific careers and information about schools and training programs available to prepare for these careers.
NY State Education Department
This NY State website gives detailed information about licensed professionals in New York State.
Helpful College and Other Related Career Websites
The National Assn. of Colleges and Employers
Featuring information from key NACE resources including Job Outlook the Job Choices Newsletter helps you offer your students up-to-the-minute information.
Nassau Community College Career LibGuide
The NCC Library libguides contains useful information and resources to assist in career exploration and planning.
University of Delaware
Check out the “Major Resource Kits,” which link academic majors to career alternatives.
Florida State University
Go to the “Match Major Sheets” section for a listing of careers by major and links to professional associations.
University of Tennesee
Click the icon on the left side of the screen for helpful information about what you can do with your major.
This site gives general college and financial aid information Ð it also allows you to apply to over 700 colleges.
Financial Careers Now
American Management Association
American Marketing Association
Center for Communication
Public Relations Society of America
Long Island PR Professionals
NY Women in Communications
International Radio and Television Society
National Education Association
NY State Department of Education
Engineering Career Planning Information
The Federal Government’s Official Job Site
Green Careers Guide
New York Health Careers
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Careers (S.T.E.M. Careers)
National Assn. of Social Workers
American Psychological Association
Non Profit and Community Services
Common Good Careers
New York Area Career Websites
NY Job Source
A comprehensive site that includes jobs and internships in NY state along with career and business-related articles.
A career planning road map with great Long Island links for students, parents and educators.
The Riley Guide
This comprehensive guide links you to a myriad of websites on the net offering employment opportunities and career resources.
Career Journal, The Wall Street Journal
This Wall Street Journal site has current workplace and industry articles, helpful research and job search tools and a resume posting service.
This site hosts comprehensive career information pertaining to industries and specific company information.
These commercial websites offer a variety of career and industry related information as well as resume posting opportunities and links to employers.
What Color is Your Parachute?
U.S. News and World Report (Career section)
The Monster Board
These sites offer links to national and international professional associations in various industries.
Weddle's Association Directory
College Recruiter - Career Video Podcasts