Guide to Professional Degrees This site includes planning guides for students interested in Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Optometry, and Pre-Veterinary pathways. It includes information about pre-requisite courses for the corresponding professional schools and recommendations/tips for getting admissions.
Texas Career Check Students solve randomly selected occupation title puzzles, exposing them to new and interesting careers. As they solve the puzzles, the occupation titles are listed at the bottom of the screen. They can click on the titles and Texas Career Check will take the student to the Occupation Summary where they view the job description, annual wages, employment rate, education level, endorsement and other important information needed in career exploration. While the student is in Texas Career Check, they can research other job titles, career clusters, Foundation High School Program endorsement areas, or keywords. They can also research any college or university in the U.S. by searching institution names, states or programs of study.
Texas Genuine

This website is for the exploration of career fields and the college programs to get there.  It also provides a career guidance tool that allows you to respond to questions and identify your top three Career Clusters™ of interest based on your responses.  This is for educational purposes only.

O*NET (Occupational Information Network)

Also available in schools and libraries, O*NET provides full information on occupations, including compensation, employment prospects, and skill matching for students.  Information on compensation is available on a state-by-state basis.

Learn How to Become

This site provides a wealth of resources in learning more about a variety of careers in our society.  Once you choose a particular career, it will tell you how to start building your skills in high school; how to earn a degree in that career, as well as the various types of degrees in that field; how to take advantage of internships; how to develop a compelling portfolio; and a toolkit of skills, credentials, tools, and technology, as well as hot jobs in that career, and so much more.  They also provide a "Get Hired Toolkit" and a multitude of other career resources.

Labor Market and Career Information

This site provides students, teachers, parents, and counselors with links to products and services offered by LMCI. Teachers and counselors will discover materials, tools, and information that will help them to provide effective career counseling in helping students make informed college and career decisions.

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