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Find tips on how to interview for jobs, like what to wear and what not to say.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
A great guide for teens. Choose by your interest and get advice on how to attain your career goals and where to apply.
The Career Key
Find out which jobs and careers match your personality and interests. Take the Career Key measure, learn how to make high-quality decisions, choose an appropriate college major, and learn more about yourself and the world of work.
Teaches youth essential lessons about building careers and valuing free enterprise system. Students can participate as members of this national program or get involved as volunteers.
Find 20,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 140 countries, which you can search by name, location or mission. Includes job and internship listings, as well as volunteer opportunities in the US and abroad.
Indeed.com is the world's largest job search website.
A large career-focused social networking site including job searches, career-specific groups, and other networking opportunities.
Mind Your Own Business
Strategies and advice for young people working on starting their own small businesses.
The web's premiere resource for job seekers. Search for jobs by specific criteria, post your resume for employers, or just get career tips.
An information source about career development for young people with disabilities.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
A nationally recognized source of career information. Search through a wide range of occupations. Includes detailed job descriptions, working conditions, required training and education, earnings and expected job prospects for each profession.
A job search site featuring browsable categories, a directory of companies, and a blog about job hunting.
Young workers – you have rights!
OSHA provides safety information and contains helpful resources on young workers' rights in the U.S.
A Department of Labor online resource center about the U.S. laws that protect young workers' rights.
Find yourself a summer job working with others at the Camp Channel. This site matches directs applicants towards summer camps that need staffing.
CampJobs.com is a great starting point for students interested in finding a summer camp job. View possible work sites or post you own resume and let the camps search for you!
Summer jobs and seasonal jobs in interesting places: national parks, ranches, resorts, and more!
Large job-search website specifically tailored towards teens and students, offering part-time, seasonal, and college jobs.
A great starting point for students looking for summer employment. Browse through the job postings, submit a resume or add yourself to their email list to get job updates.
The ultimate guide to tips on writing resumes, sample resumes, and the etiquette of resume submissions.
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