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EXPLORE YOUR ACADEMIC AND CAREER PATH.
America's Career InfoNet
National and state specific occupational information, including wages, employment trends, knowledge, skills and abilities, education and training, related occupations, and web resources.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Information on specific occupations including education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.
Occupational Information Network (O*Net)
A variety of ways to research occupations. You'll find knowledge, skills, abilities, work activities, as well as related interests and work values.
Career Video Chats
Ten Questions With...
Watch real employers from a variety of organizations talk about careers in the informal video chat series, "Ten Questions With..." produced by the Advising and Career Center.
Offers user-submitted insight into salaries, possible interview questions and reviews. Sign up with your RangerMail email for free unlimited access.
Access people, jobs, news, updates, and insights that help you to be great at what you do and what you want to do.
In partnership with UW System, you can participate in virtual tours of Wisconsin-based employers.
Values, Skills, and Interests Surveys
A tool that identifies your strengths to provide guidance and ideas for your career. Connect with an advisor to receive your access code.
PREPARE YOURSELF AND YOUR DOCUMENTS.
Resume and Cover Letter Resources
A resume is a document that summarizes your qualifications for employment or another opportunity. It lets the reader know the highlights of your educational experience, skills, and other information.
Cover Letter Guide
Don't forget about this valuable method to connect your resume with the desired qualifications in your own voice. Many students struggle with cover letters, so these simple tips will make sure you are ready to stand out.
Some opportunities, such as academic program applications, will require personal statements.
Interviewing Tips and Networking Strategies
Prepare with Big Interview
Enhance your interviewing skills by using Big Interview, an interactive online system that combines interview-training and practice. Use organization code Rangers123 to register for the account.
Elevator Pitch Guide
"Tell me about yourself" is likely to be the first question asked of you in an interview. Use this guide to outline and develop a well-rehearsed summary.
Young Professional Groups
At Parkside, you are in close proximity to two amazing young professional groups and many more in the region. Check out Kenosha's YLink (Young Leaders in Kenosha) and Racine's YPR (Young Professionals of Racine) for unlimited networking potential.
Young Leaders in Kenosha Young Professionals of Racine
Review Your Skill Set
Explore the career readiness competencies and identify the skills you achieved through part-time employment, an internship, a volunteer experience, in the classroom, and more! This tool also helps you describe these skills on your resume and in an interview.
APPLY YOUR KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND STRENGTHS TO TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP WITH CONFIDENCE.
Career Search Resources
Employers use Handshake to post their employment and internship opportunities, and many employers do so because they are interested in Parkside graduates specifically. The majority of positions listed on Handshake require a degree, making this an ideal resource to use when begin your search and beyond.
Although many positions are filled as a result of a human interaction, it can be helpful to explore various job boards for openings. There are also job boards that are specific to certain industries or sectors. We've compiled a list for you to use as a jumping off point.
You can use LinkedIn Learning to discover relevant content on a variety of career development and exploration topics. LinkedIn Free with your Parkside login credentials.Log In
Preparing for Career Fairs
Preparation is the key to success. Visit the link below to know more about how you can prepare yourself for a career fair!Prep for Career Fairs
Graduate School Resources
Is Grad School Your Next Step?
Thinking about Graduate or Professional school? You'll want to thoroughly evaluate programs to determine your best fit. We have compiled some questions for you that will help review factors worth considering. The Advising and Career Center is available to help you along the way.
Graduate School Admission Tests
Different programs require different admissions exams and some programs do not require any. We've compiled a list of the most common exams. Working with an advisor at Parkside and reviewing information from the institution that offers your program of choice will clarify which test is next for you.
Advising and Career Center
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