What Can I Do Now?
What Can I Do Now? gives students the information and advice they need to take a hands-on approach to career exploration and preparation. With the do-it-yourself resources provided in each volume, students can discover the many ways to test-drive a career while they are still in school. Listed in each volume are summer camps, school clubs, and after-school programs; books, periodicals, and internet resources; scholarship programs and study opportunities; volunteer opportunities, internships, and part-time jobs; professional associations and mentors; and much more. An industry overview provides a broad introduction to the field. Each book profiles 10 popular careers, with information on work settings, job outlook, education and training, skill requirements, earnings, and advancement opportunities.
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