Career Information Resources
Search Florida State University Tech Center's virtual "filing cabinet" of career information resources. Also browse a list of "essential resources for career counseling."
Review a collection of links to local, state, and national career and labor market information sites.
Contact Point is a Canadian built multi-sector on-line community for career development professionals worldwide. They offer extensive resources, networking capabilities, and an array of learning links for career development professionals.
Home page for the Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development. This Florida State University (FSU) web page contains resources for practitioners, individuals, instructors, and evaluators.
Produced by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), JobWeb offers college and university career services personnel pertinent career and job-search advice for new college graduates, and is the online complement to the Job Choices job-search publications.
The NCDG is a career knowledge, skills, and decision-making framework. Use these guidelines to identify activities and strategies for developing high-quality career programs.
Access a collection of career-related web sites with information and tools to help clients.
This site provides an extensive listing for students and guidance counselors including resources to self assessments, career planning, career development and college planning.
Career Assessment Instruments
The Fifth Edition of this essential resource is edited by Edwin A. Whitfield, Rich Feller, & Chris Wood.
Obtain information on commonly used instruments from Florida State University's Tech Center's virtual "filing cabinet" of career information resources.
Links to the Eric Clearinghouse, where you can search for and read articles by assessment title, author or assessment description. Type author Jerome Kapes in the Search Term field, for example.
Professional Development Opportunities
Obtain information on this certification for individuals who provide career assistance.
Learn more about the National Certified Counselor certification, as well as three other specialty certifications.
Learn more about this premiere conference for career development professionals.
This list of opportunities for professional development and continuing education provides detailed information for online, at-home, and national opportunities.
Read articles covering best practices, how-to details, career tips, and book reviews in NCDA's web magazine.
NCDA's official journal with articles covering career counseling, work and leisure, career education, coaching, and management.
Use this database, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education, to find materials on the topic of career development. Just type your topic of interest in the Search Term: field.
Focuses on work and leisure, career development, career guidance and education.
Covers all methods developed to assess and evaluate individuals and environments in the field of career counseling and development.
Spans topics such as career education, adult career development, career development of special needs populations, and career and leisure.
Focuses on the study of college students relevant to the field of student affairs.
Provides empirical research in career development and vocational psychology.
NECA's publication highlighting theory and practice in employment counseling.
Contains empirical and theoretical articles that are intended to expand knowledge of vocational behavior and career development across the life span.
Newly revised by NACE, this is a must-have resource because "the use of professional standards in career services is intended to facilitate excellence in the creation, maintenance, and delivery of programs and services."
ACRP is a member-driven organization that promotes the world- wide development, delivery, and use of high-quality career information and career resources to help educate youth and adults in their career exploration, planning, decision-making, preparation, and job acquisition.
Aimed at counseling professionals whose focus is fostering student development in higher education settings.
Learn more about NCDA's parent organization for professional counselors. ACA also includes the following related divisions:
Connect to this organization dedicated to preparing youth and adults for careers.
See the resources offered by NACADA, which focuses on promoting quality academic advising and student development in higher education settings.
Find out how to access technical information collected for career practitioners on college campuses.
Offers professional leadership to people who counsel in an employment service or career development setting.