Recommended Websites for Career Exploration
EGUSD is a partner district with CaliforniaColleges.edu. CaliforniaColleges.edu provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college & career paths.
How Can EGUSD High School Students Use CaliforniaColleges.edu?
The platform provides high school students the tools to match their interests and skills to postsecondary college and career opportunities. They can take career assessments and use search tools to develop college, major, and career lists, write goals and journals, track activities, and read a variety of age-appropriate content to develop and expand their knowledge on all college, career, and financial aid planning topics. Students can also launch Cal State Apply, CCCApply, and FAFSA.
High Demand Jobs in 2021 & Beyond Guide
Learn about the education and certification required to become a California teacher. Provides information including:
An overview of the different California teaching credentials, ie., Multiple Subject, Single Subject, and Special Education Credentials
The Step-by-Step process for earning a California teaching credential
Alternative methods of becoming a teacher in California
A comprehensive FAQ on the certification process
An inclusive, next-gen career navigation platform for the future of work
Discover Early Childhood Education
Discover Early Childhood EDU is a guide to all things related to early childhood education (ECE). This website provides information to help you in your quest to become an early childhood educator and to advance your career.
Bigfuture is a College Board Website. This section of the site provides a major and career search tool.
O*Net Online is sponsored by the US Department of Labor. This is a great tool for career exploration and job analysis with detailed descriptions of world of work for use by job seekers, students, researchers and more!
The Employment Development Department (EDD) provides a comprehensive range of employment and training services in partnership with state and local agencies and organizations. These services benefit job seekers, laid off workers, youth, individuals currently working, veterans, and people with disabilities.
- Senior Info
- Career Center