While some people know exactly what type of work they are looking for, others want more guidance. They may be choosing a career for the first time or looking to make a change from what they did before. Regardless of your situation, we can help you explore your career options.

CAREERONESTOP - Build your career with knowledge and a thoughtful plan.

Whether you want to plan your career future, or just need structure to stay on track with career and education goals, career planning resources will help. You may find that goal setting transforms how you spend time and effort, ensuring that you are moving in the right direction. Learn about salary expectations and occupation licenses to better prepare for next steps. Gain the confidence of knowing you are building a successful future.

CAREER CRUISING - CAREER EXPLORATION SOFTWARE
Career Cruising offers a suite of online career guidance and planning tools designed for people of all ages. Using these tools, you can find the right career, explore education and training options, build your own portfolio, manage your school’s course selection process, or set up a career development network in your community. Username: CareerLink Password: northeast 

Choices Roadmap allows more self-directed users to explore career options on their own.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS
You may participate in PA CareerLink® Lehigh Valley’s Job and Labor Market Overview, Career Decision-Making, Career Exploration and Resume Workshops. These workshops, run by our trained professional staff, can help you make the best decisions about what to do with your future. Please see our Workshop Calendar for a schedule of workshops.

RESOURCES AND INFORMATION ON EDUCATION, TRAINING PROGRAMS AND FINANCIAL AID
Our Career Resource Center has all the information you need on local education and training programs in a variety of career areas. Browse our catalogues and computerized information to get a feel for what training is available and what jobs appeal to you.

View the options above for valuable strategies for planning your career!

Additional tools and resources:

  • Know Yourself—Exploring worker interests, abilities, work values, etc. to get a clear picture of employee strengths and challenge areas.
  • Know the Market—Understanding occupations that match with worker interests and abilities, and how to access the training opportunities that will provide workers with the skills they need for the occupations that are in demand.

Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.

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