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After High School

  • Dream Do It Washington State
    Broadens awareness of manufacturing careers and recruits young people into the manufacturing industry.

  • EducationDegree.Com
    Strives to be a comprehensive source for teacher education degree and career info.

  • EducationDegrees.Org
    If you are thinking about a career as a teacher, this site provides planning and education information on being a teacher, along with advice from teachers, articles and forums.

  • eMedicalAssistants.com
    This site helps students who want to pursue medical assisting career, with information on medical assisting career, training programs, certification, and also the best schools across the nation.

  • Get That Gig
    Profiles all kinds of jobs, with interviews, behind the scene info, internship links.

  • JobCorps
    A no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 get a better job, make more money, and take control of their lives.

  • MastersInEducationOnline.Net
    Provides helpful information on the challenges students and recent graduates face - challenges such as selecting a teaching specialty, understanding career options and outlooks, and finding a quality master's program.

  • Microsoft Education Programs
    Resources for computer and Microsoft education, services, products and careers.

  • National and Regional Accreditation Information
    Accredited Online Colleges lets you search through countless accredited schools, based on a variety of criteria, to find the accredited college that best meets your needs.

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    For hundreds of different types of jobs, such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse, the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.

  • One Day One Job
    Looking for a job? One Day, One Job is an insider's guide to unique and exciting entry-level job and career opportunities for recent college graduates.

  • One Day One Internship
    One Day, One Internship is an insider's guide to unique and exciting internship opportunities for college students.

  • Washington State Mentors
    A resource for someone who is interested in having a professional mentor or for someone who wants to be a mentor.

  • What Do You Like?
    Exploring Career Information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • WOIS - The Career Information Program
    WOIS/The Career Information System is a private, nonprofit organization that researches and distributes information about Washington careers, schools and training programs.

  • WorkSource Seattle-King County
    No-fee programs that serve adults, youth, and businesses throughout King County and connect job seekers with employers. Includes career workshops, job searches and workforce events that hook up employers and prospective employees.


Highlights

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Part time and seasonal jobs, student jobs, teen jobs and hourly jobs.


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Provides free services that connect you with jobs that match your skills and interests all over King County.

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Learn about different kinds of careers by topic, like sports, managing money, computers, helping people, and more.