Explore-Work.Com: If you are a teen who has a disability, you have choices and things to do to prepare for life after high school and becoming an adult. Just like every teen, this is a time of transition. You are preparing to be an adult, get a job, and become more independent.
Career Planning – Find everything you’re looking for right here. Career planning, and exploration as well as useful information and articles relative to today’s changing workplace.
America’s Job Bank
California Resource Network for Young Worker’s Health and Safety
At youngworkers.org, you’ll find information on workplace rights and responsibilities, work hours and job restrictions, hazards on the job, ways to prevent job injuries and more.
Connect Ed Linked Learning: Day in the Life Video Series Samples
Samples of Connect Ed Studios Video series, “Day in the Life”, offering transitioning students a look at careers available in the workforce. For the full series, register at http://www.connectedstudios.org/
ELaws – Child Labor Laws: Changes to youth employment rules went into effect 2/14/05. This Department of Labor website offers updated comprehensive information on wages, hours, and jobs. This is an excellent source of information written in plain language.
Employment Development Department: A step-by-step guide to finding a good job in a career that’s right for you. Students can plan for a career, create a resume, search for jobs online, etc.
GrooveJob.com: GrooveJob.com is the largest job board for part-time, hourly jobs, seasonal jobs plus career building tips and more.
icouldbe.org: Connects teen with internet mentors working in careers that are of interest to you. Explore career possibilities, using icouldbe.org’s extensive database. Connect with several of icouldbe.org’s career mentors representing numerous professions.
Job Accommodation Network: The Job Accommodation Network is a service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) of the U.S. Department of Labor. JAN is one of several ODEP projects. JAN’s mission is to facilitate the employment and retention of workers with disabilities.
NACEWEB: National Association of Colleges and Employers is the leading source of information for career services practitioners on college campuses who advise students and alumni in career development and the employment process and for human resources professionals.
Snag a Job: This web site features part-time and seasonal employment opportunities. Search by employer!
Quintessential Careers: Quintessential Careers is all about teens! You’ll find stuff to help you get a job, get a summer job, find a career, find a college, find financial aid, find a college major(s) and minor(s), and more.
Youth Rules!: What are your rights as a teenager in finding a job and keeping it? Here’s where you find out!