on Sep 22nd, 2009Promoting a Career Development Program for Students

For the benefit young adults, students in both public and private schools education must be given access to organized career planning, programs related to building online and job placements. It follows an effort from national leaders who aim to prepare and motivate youths for employment. Over the years, these programs drive young adults into employment by providing them with experience and skills for entry-level positions. The Workforce Investment Board and youth council decided to improve and enhance the program to a channel that is more familiar to the young generation, in an effort to promote greater utilization, such as the Internet. Acquiring a greater poll from youths is one of the biggest issues included in the program. The strategy should come out as appealing in order to allure everybody. The program was moved to something that can be maintained and stored online.

I found a Web site youngjobs.com that allow recent graduates and students to upload a CV Resume, search through career development resources such as educational opportunities and interview skills, and find availability in entry-level positions. Employers can sign in at the same time and post available jobs. This permits businesses to search profiles that match job-seekers. In union with the new job site and certificate program, the organization is preparing to open a system in schools that offers broad academic navigational program and career planning. The tools meant to motivate students to pursue a certain career and are generally Internet-based. The Kuder Career Planning System found that an increased grade point average in SAT or ACT scores are reflected in the experience of users. Moreover, the follow-up shows fewer major changes in secondary education among the participants. The software covers 7,000 slots including educational requirements, salary and estimated number of job openings. Students also need not worry about gathering information relevant to admission requirements in college, as well as school rankings based on program and major. The whole system is suitable for all students!


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