Each occupation report from O*NET OnLine now includes related industry employment information. In addition, there is a new "Browse by Industry" feature that lets you learn which occupations can be found within 20 broad industries. Visit online.onetcenter.org/find/industry to try out this new feature.
Looking for resources to help students with career exploration, job search, and education topics? CareerOneStop’s new Students and Career Advisors section ( www.CareerOneStop.org/StudentsandCareerAdvisors ) can help.
April through June 2010 Updates
New scholarships added to CareerOneStop's Scholarship Search
You can now search more than 6,000 scholarships including awards available for students by gender, race, ethnicity, and religion; veterans or military members; employees of specific companies; members of certain unions or other associations, and many more. Visit www.careeronestop.org/scholarshipsearch to get started.
Find resources for workers affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Visit CareerOneStop's Deepwater Horizon Response Web site at www.careeronestop.org/DHR for quick access to a range of employment and related resources for individuals affected by the oil spill and clean-up activities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Competency Model Clearinghouse: Two New Models and Several New Features
An updated version of the Advanced Manufacturing Model and a new model for Geospatial Technology are now available on the CMC. A new tutorial, designed to introduce the CMC, is also available. Accessible from the CMC home page www.careeronestop.org/competencymodel .
July through September 2010 Updates
Visit www.myskillsmyfuture.org to find out how laid-off workers can plan new career paths based on the skills and experiences they've gained in past jobs.
Resources for laid-off census workers
CareerOneStop's Census Worker ReEmployment site offers employment resources for former 2010 census employees. Workers who were laid off from any of the 16 common census worker jobs can find new careers that require similar skills to their census jobs. Visit www.careeronestop.org/ReEmployment/census
Search for American Job Centers across state boundaries
You can now locate Affiliate and Comprehensive American Job Centers in nearby states. From www.servicelocator.org click "Advanced Search" under American Job Centers. Then enter a ZIP code, select a distance for your search and check "Find Centers across state boundaries."
October through December 2010 Updates
U.S. Department of Labor's Career Videos for America's Job Seekers Challenge Continues
The Challenge has collected dozens of career videos highlighting work in fifteen occupation categories. Beginning today, you can vote for your favorite video in each category - the winning videos receive $1,000 each and the entire collection will be used to inform workers, students and others on what it takes to succeed in growing industries.
Visit www.dolvideochallenge.ideascale.com to review the videos and cast your vote; voting ends December 31, 2010 and the winners will be announced by January 14, 2011.
mySkills myFuture in Spanish
Visit www.myskillsmyfuture.org and select "Translate" to view a Spanish-language version of the skills matching and job search Web site. The site allows job seekers and other career changers to match their current skills to new careers, find local training programs, and view and apply for open jobs.
mySkills myFuture Features Available as Web Services
Many key mySkills myFuture features are now available via web services for seamless integration into any Web site. Read more on page 3, or visit www.CareerOneStop.org/WebServices for details on available services.