This page contains resources for the career research report and presentation.


Career Research and Planning Assignment Sheet:


Brainstorming Sheet:


4/19 Where Good Ideas Come From...




Links for researching/drafting:

Sites for jobs:
Bureau of Labor Statistics - Occupational Outlook Handbook
Bureau of Labor Statistics - Resources by Subject Area of Interest
BLS Career Information Homepage - K12
US Department of Labor - Career Exploration and Job Analysis
Career Assessment
Career Zone
Career Resources and Guide
Job Salaries, Growth, and Education Data
Top in-demand jobs of 2012

Sites for searching the web/creating citations:
Get More Out Of Google - Tips for Searching and Researching
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab: Electronic Sources
EasyBib - Automatic Citation Maker

Others sites of possible interest for the personal assessment:
WolframAlpha Search Engine (facts, data, statistics, etc.)
U.S. Census Bureau State & County Quick Facts
Travel and Tourism Sites for the U.S.
Top skills/values employers want

Peer Review Questions:


"Steal This Presentation" - creative design techniques to inspire our work!
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Assignment sheet, tips, and grading rubric for PechaKucha-style presentation of career research:



Intro to PechaKucha-Style Oral Presentations
What is PechaKucha?
5 inviting ways to start a speech
How to fail a speech



Searching for Creative-Commons licensed images to include in our PechaKucha slides:

Advanced image search on Flickr (scroll down to the bottom and check "Only search within Creative Commons-licensed content")

Advanced image search on Google (select "Only images labeled for reuse")

Advanced image search on Yahoo (notice that the "Creative Commons" filter is applied to my search for "teacher"; input your own key words to search for other Creative-Commons licensed pictures)

Image search on school computer (click on Favorites, go to All Users, select IMAGES, and search the sites for copyright free pictures)

You may also use images from Microsoft applications (Word, PowerPoint, etc.)

Creative Commons