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Career Development Topics

Explore these topics for a more detailed look at the career development process and steps that are important for your child as he or she pursues work life. You will find practical ideas about ways you can continue to support your child’s future. And you will be able to get suggestions for activities and other resources to help you and your child.

Interviews: Dressing for, Questions to Ask, Things to Know

This site is directed toward the college grad it is still very useful for anyone looking to have a successful interview.

Job Search Websites

A list of the top 10 job search sites, read the column titled Bottom line to find the best one for your needs.

Oregon Community College and Workforce Development

Includes Oregon youth conservation corps information, GED program, a list of careers, and other information on the left sidebar.

Post Secondary Education

Campus Life

Answers questions about college life: establishing a budget, how to pick a college roommate, arrange a college schedule that you can live with, about your freshman year.

Career and Trade Schools

A list of career trade schools in Oregon.

College Resources for Disabled Students

Prospective college students with disabilities will find that many campuses are equipped with offices and services that address accessibility, accommodation, and Assistive Technology for a diverse range of needs. Student services offices and disability coordinators at many colleges work to make campuses inclusive environments through specialized advocacy, support, and academic services.

College Student Rights

Whether you’re a new or seasoned student, it’s important to know the various laws, regulations and policies in place to protect college students. This guide covers Title IX protections against sex discrimination and violence.


Financial Aid Opportunities for Disabled Students

There are many financing options and benefits available to disabled students. This is our guide to the opportunities out there.

Oregon Community College and Workforce Development

Includes Oregon youth conservation corps information, GED program, a list of careers, and other information on the left sidebar.

Oregon Vocational and Technical Schools

A list of vocational schools in Oregon, by city, by subject, and by school.

Planning for College

With a variety of colleges available, you need to understand your options and choose the right college for you. A little college planning can put you on the road to success. You might need information about choosing a college or what questions to ask on your campus tour. You will also need to know how to prepare for college admission, understand application deadlines, find out about paying for college and financial aid, or maybe consider the available extracurricular activities at your schools of choice.

Visually Disabled Guide

A resource for students with visual impairments preparing and planning for college.

Transition to Adult Life for Students

Career Development

Topics for a more detailed look at the career development process and steps that are important for you as you pursue a work life.  You will find practical ideas about the career development process.

Volunteering in Oregon

Oregon Volunteers LogoVolunteer Opportunities: As the Oregon Commission, Oregon Volunteers promotes volunteerism throughout the state, but does not provide volunteer opportunities or post openings. We do however promote the work of volunteer centers in Oregon.

Volunteer centers can connect you to the volunteer position that's right for you

While Still in High School

Planning for a Job

A place to begin when searching for jobs in Oregon.

Planning for Additional Education

College and trade schools in Oregon

Planning for College

With a variety of colleges available, you need to understand your options and choose the right college for you. A little college planning can put you on the road to success. You might need information about choosing a college or what questions to ask on your campus tour. You will also need to know how to prepare for college admission, understand application deadlines, find out about paying for college and financial aid, or maybe consider the available extracurricular activities at your schools of choice.

Teen's Health

Teen's Health

Answers questions that teens have about health issues, body changes, mental health and other questions.

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