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    Edit your work history in the Resume section of JobZone.

    A national college admission examination.

    Learn about apprenticeship opportunities, learn how to qualify for the apprenticeships training, what training is like, the cost, and SPECIFIC apprenticeship programs for Veterans

    List and description of licensed or Certified accupations by New York State.

    Search for an Internship anywhere in the US

    This video provides an orientation to the NYS Career Center and the services you will find there.

    This document shows which CareerZone portfolio modules are shown in the New York State Education Department's Commencement Level Career Plan document.

    A youth-friendly summary of what CareerZone has to offer youth.

    Do you need help writing your cover letter? Here are 31 tips on how to make your cover letter stand out.

    This desk aid provides youth and people working with youth a quick overview of how to create a CareerZone portfolio account.

    This video shows how youth may or may not choose to disclose a disability. Deciding to disclose a disability is a very important decision to make, especially as it relates to education and employment.

    Fill out your free application for Student Financial Aid Online

    Fill out your profile, and see which of the over 600,000 scholarships you may be eligible for.

    Standard Graduate School entrance exam
    Use these calculators to help you determine how, and how much, to save for college. There's also helpful information and advice on student loans.

    This New York State Department of Labor resource provides strategies and tools to help you with your job search.

    A global database of internships and entry-level positions for students, recent graduates and career changers.

    Exam announcements and application instructions for jobs in New York State Civil Service.

    This is a guide to career information about hundreds of occupations!

    Summer jobs and seasonal staff positions with camps, amusement parks, resorts, national parks, hotels, environmental organizations and more.

    A comprehensive guide to employment opportunities and job resources on the internet.

    A fact sheet explaining what Job Zone offers to job seekers.

    Are you prepared for your college Interview? Can you earn, save and manage enough money for college? Can you survive freshman year? Find out these and other answers when you take the Kaplan challenge.
    In order to turn students' college dreams into action-oriented goals, the American Council on Education, Lumina Foundation for Education and the Ad Council launched the KnowHow2GO campaign in January 2007. This multiyear, multimedia effort includes television, radio and outdoor public service advertisements (PSAs) that encourage 8th through 10th graders to prepare for college using four simple steps.

    Want to Start Volunteering? There are hundreds of ways to help out. With New Yorkers Volunteer, it's never been easier to find a rewarding way to give back and make a difference in New York State.

    Free online test preparation courses for the ACT, SAT, and GRE.
    Get ready for the SAT exam and qualify for a National Merit scholarship
    Find out how colleges measure up... Check out the Princeton Review College Ranking before you make your choice.

    Click on this link to access 100's of resume samples and templates.

    A national college admission examination.

    What would it be like to work in the life sciences? What are the types of jobs in the life sciences? What education and training do I need? iSciWNY is a new program that will give you the answers to these questions and more.

    Financial need scholarships (grants) are not the only types available. Considerable non-need and merit-based scholarships are available, with many of these scholarship opportunities not widely advertised. Students can search this database for a wide variety of these scholarships.

    Learn how you can speak up for yourself and communicate your interests, needs, and rights to others. Whether you need help completing your job tasks to learning how you can get transportation assistance, it is important you be  your own self-advocate.

    Work experience that takes you around the world and back
    The NCES Kids' Zone provides information to help you learn about schools; decide on a college; find a public library; engage in several games, quizzes and skill building about math, probability, graphing, and mathematicians; and to learn many interesting facts about education.
    The decision could be a costly one. Dropouts make considerably less money than those with a degree. Check out these statistics before you decide.
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