OregonCIS is one of the most complete career information systems out there, and can help you learn about prerequisites for jobs, colleges specializing in a specific career, salary ranges, career paths, etc. If you have questions, please call the counseling office.
Life after High School
Resources are available for students who are not sure what to do after high school. Talk with your counselor about different options and explore your interests through internships and volunteering.
Pipeline to Jobs
Great careers are out there, without four years of college. Let the people at Pipeline–sponsored by local industry and education leaders through the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce–show you the way.
Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE)
ASE matches scientists, engineers and technology innovators with 9th-12th graders for an 8-week internship during the summer. ASE is a great way to improve your college application, and students can get school credit and a $1,000 stipend.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics publishes the Occupational Outlook Handbook which has information on hundreds of occupations. Occupation Information includes the education needed, expected pay, job outlook etc.
Resource for career exploration, training and job search. They also have interest and skills assessments, resources on how to pay for training and much more.
STEM Resources for BIPOC Students
Explore the BestColleges resource hub to help prepare tomorrow’s diverse workforce in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).