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5 Careers that Command Salaries of $100,000 per year (and don’t require your students to go to Med School)

For all your students looking to live comfortably and pursue a career they love, here are five lucrative options. While they all require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and several years of experience, none of them involve med school. 1. Product Marketing Manager In this role, you’ll spearhead campaigns and Read More

5 Essential Steps to Becoming a Teacher

Are any of your students interested in becoming a teacher? They might be wondering how to turn your career vision into reality. Here are some tips that will guide them through everything from deciding which subject to teach to getting their teaching license. Choose a Grade First, they will need to determine which grade level Read More

Pathways to Cybersecurity Workshop

Have any students interested in pursuing a Cybersecurity related career? There is a fee Cybersecurity workshop being held this week. What will you learn at the workshop?• What is cybersecurity and types of jobs in the field.• What is the cyber skills shortage and how big is it?• Identifying students who might like cyber careers Read More

Jobs of the future – 10 fastest growing occupations your students should know about

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently updated its list of the 10 fastest growing careers. BLS’ top-10 list of fastest-growing American occupations between 2019 and 2029 is comprised of six health care-related jobs and three tech/green energy-related jobs, though projections do not include the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, BLS said. The top 10 jobs are: Read More

Careers Your Students Might Want to Check Out

We publish several articles in each issue of LINK for Counselors that cover “Careers to Consider”. These are careers you and subsequently your students might not be that familiar with. I came across a podcast recently that is covering something similar. It is called “Gracie Meets” and is hosted here at She also has Read More

High School Career Guidance

It was at the Queen’s Croquet Ground in the story of Alice in Wonderland, that the game begins with Alice using a flamingo tucked under her arm as the mallet, a rolled-up hedgehog as the puck and the Queen’s soldiers bent over, acting as the hoops. The players all start at the same time without Read More

You can’t be what you can’t see

“I fought really hard to get here,” she said with tears filling her eyes. “I’m in my first internship and not only am I the only woman there, but I’m the only person of color. I don’t belong in this field.” I sat across the auditorium, stunned by this statement from a fellow audience member. Read More

Careers to Consider: Become a Teacher

Teaching is a vital and admirable career. As such, it comes with quite a bit of responsibility, both in practice and in preparation. Every state has specific requirements for teachers, and additional qualifications for public school K-12 teachers. The following steps provide a general breakdown of the requirements for teachers: Earn an undergraduate degree: You’ll Read More

Careers to Consider – Cartographer

According to the bureau of labor statistics, the cartographer field is set to grow by 15%, which is much faster than other careers on average. With the increased use of cartographers for maps in government planning, this is a great career your students that have an interest in geography might consider pursuing. put together Read More

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