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Occupational Outlook Handbook 2019 Edition - this website provides information about hundreds of careers, it lists the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.

Education Planner - practical information on how to access institutions of higher learning (i.e., colleges, trade schools, etc.), and valuable information on how to research and prepare for competitive careers, via an extensive online library of career readiness resource information and materials.  Also, students can practice standardized tests (SAT, ACT, GED, GRE, MCAT, etc.), take career self-assessment and learning styles exams, research colleges throughout America, and conduct custom scholarship searches

Career exploration, job descriptions

Collection of links and info; work interest quiz, personality test, interviews, and creating a resume and cover letter

Today's Military - information about Military careers
Careers in the Military - career information resource for the military world of work

ASVAB Career Exploration Program, find out about your skills, interests, and work values

America 's Career Infonet - career exploration, occupation information,career videos
Coding bootcamps are a new alternative to traditional college degrees. Bootcamps teach students in-demand skills within the information technology industry and usually come with a much lower price tag than a college degree.

Coding Bootcamp

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For those student that are undecided, a course with NuPaths through Harrisburg University’s enrichment program can provide an opportunity for technology career exploration and the ability to earn industry certifications and college credits.


High school students in York County may be eligible for a 100% scholarship.


You and your students can learn more at  Scholarship eligibility information can be requested by students at


New courses start in January, February, March and June.


  • 8-10 week courses to explore a tech career, earn industry certifications and earn college credits
  • Online with an instructor 1 night a week for 2 hours
  • 3-5 hours of activities outside of class each week
  • Certification exam(s) included