Learn what classes you need to take for your dream job using the MN Career Information System
. Start thinking about it in high school and you can save time and money before you get to the next level of study, whether it's trade school, a career test, or college.
|posted Sep 1, 2013 by Jody W.
In our Jobs & Money subject guide we have job search engines
you may use to find work based on where you want to work and what type of work you'd like to do. Check Interviews & Applications
for tips on how to write your resume and do well in the job interview!
|posted Jun 9, 2013 by Jody W.
Want to work the 12 days of the State Fair? You must be 16 or older. Starting May 6, register online
to let them know you are interested. You will also have to visit the Employment Center in person and staff will refer you to employers for job interviews.
If you have already worked at the Fair between 2007 and 2012 you will have to stop by the Employment Center to update and reactivate your registration.
|posted Apr 2, 2013 by Jody W.
The Conservation Corps MN would like 15-18 year olds to apply for a summer job
in the Youth Outdoors Program by Feb. 22. Youth work on a crew of 6 youth and 2 leaders, get paid $7.25/hr and work for 11 weeks doing tasks like invasive species removal, native plan installation, gardening, urban farming, and leading volunteers in environmental projects.
|posted Feb 12, 2013 by Jody W.
There's a concept out there called gameification, which works on the premise that if you can make something into a game, people will be more willing to do it. Want to learn about how to deal with money but think it will be boring? Try our Finance Games
subtopic to find a fun way to educate yourself.
|posted Jan 29, 2013 by Jody W.