Are you ready to find out more about what you are good at, what you like to do, and how you can get paid for it?
We've curated resources and tools that make it easy for you to talk to and educate your child about traditional and new career paths.
As an educator, you may not have the time to search for tools you can use in your classroom to inform and educate your students about career opportunities.
We know everyone learns differently. Some learn by reading. Some by watching videos. Some love listening to podcasts. And others find their interests through "Let's Plays" or engaging with like-minded people. We've scoured the web to find resources for each and every type of learner. So, what are you waiting for?
Go ahead. Learn, your way.
If you learn by listening to podcasts and other audio resources, we have curated a diverse set of resources tailored for the auditory learner.
If you learn through the visual medium; watching how-to videos, explainers, streams, and other video types, we have a hand-selected library for you.
For those of us who learn by immersing ourselves in the written word, we have books, articles and more, curated for the curious reader.
If you love meeting people IRL and chatting with people F2F, we have a curated event listings of interesting, upcoming local career-centric events.
If you're the type of person that loves interactivity and engaging conversations, we have found a few forums, servers, and spaces to engage you.
If you're looking for tools, tests, and assessments to help you self-identify your strengths, skills and abilities? You're in the right place.
We’ve done the work for you. Our goal is to help parents, and educators, connect to everything they need to inspire their students to prepare for a life they will love, right here in northeast Indiana.
If you're looking to get involved in a local organization, or find out more information, we have identified a wealth of resources.
A curated list of career-path focused books that focuses on self-identification of strengths, passions, interests, and lessons learned.