August 18, 2022

Career Guidance Programs for High School Students

Career Guidance Programs are designed to help high school students identify their interests and strengths and learn how to develop skills that will enable them to succeed in college and beyond.

Career guidance is personalised service and every students from 8th class onwards must go for career guidance and planning.

Learn common steps in Career Guidance Program:

  • Explore Careers with an Interest Inventory.

An interest inventory is an online tool from Dheya that helps students explore careers based on their interests. It provides career advice and access to many webinars on different career options.

  • Learn about Jobs and Occupations.

There are more than 22000 occupations available at the moment. You can find out what these jobs entail by visiting the Occupational Researched database. These jobs are also classified in futuristic, outdated, and contemporary career.

  • Find Out About Employer Preferences.

If you want to learn more about employer preferences, visit the Job Portals. It has a list of job titles with the number of openings available, skill required and eligibility criteria.

  • Discover Job Search Strategies.

There are several ways to find jobs online. You can use social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn to search for companies that are hiring. You can also sign up for email alerts from career websites so you will receive an email when new positions become available. Finally, you can join a professional association or organization where employers often post job opportunities.

  • Build Resume Skills.

A resume is one of the first things recruiters see when reviewing applications. It’s essential to make sure your resume reflects your skills and accomplishments accurately. If you’re looking for work, you should start by creating a resume that highlights your relevant skills and experiences.

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