Career Links

New Bedford High School expects all students to use the “Your Plan for your Future” online tools to explore and manage their college and career paths


Exploring Potential Careers:

The websites below help you research careers and the education they entail:

The ACT - Explore Your Career Options

Explore careers

Careership - – Match Your Career Interests

Mapping Your Future - No matter what you dream of doing with your life, preparing yourself for life (and most likely education) after high school is important. Mapping Your Future can help!

My Future - Get the stats on job growth and job requirements for thousands of rewarding and exciting careers. The use the college tools on the site to figure out which 2- or 4-year college or trade school you'd like to attend and what it takes to get there.

Career guides - The site has information about planning your career. What kind of training or education is required? What can you earn? What kind of environment will you work in? What's hot? What's not?

Employment Future - The Decade Ahead In Jobs

Exploring Career Information: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Inside Jobs - Use our Career Finder to discover career choices for you. Sort by skills, interest, personality, and more to find jobs and the education you will need.

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Games

Career Explorer - Career videos, explore salaries and job descriptions

Exploring Occupations & Careers - University of Manitoba

Specific Career Path Resources:

Explore Health Careers

TechQuest 2000 - Explore career opportunities in math, science & technology.

Try Engineering

Try Computing

Career One Stop - General outlook, wages, trends, knowledge, skills, abilities, state profiles.

What do Scientists do?