Career and College Links

CFNC

North Carolina Career Clusters Guide

Asheville Chamber of Commerce-5 Focus Clusters 

ONET-My Next Move

Indeed

One search.  All jobs.

SAT vs. ACT

Colleges will accept either the SAT or ACT. So which should you take?

It's all about the numbers. Some students end up scoring substantially higher on the SAT; others do better on the ACT. In lieu of a crystal ball, we created The Princeton Review Assessment (PRA) designed to help you determine which test is better fit with your abilities.

March 2 Success

Helps students in SAT/ACT, Test Prep, Understanding College Admissions & Financing, etc.

Number2.com - Online Test Preparation!

Number2.com's online test preparation courses are totally free! By creating an account you can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student's ability level, a vocabulary builder, and more...

College Majors 101

Fast Web!

Find your dream school and a way to pay for it!

Cappex - College Search Made Simple!

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Welcome to the Nation′s premier source for career information! The profiles featured here cover hundreds of occupations and describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010–20 decade.

NC Department of Labor

Welcome to your N.C. Department of Labor Web site. We strive to make North Carolina a safe and healthy place to live and work. Through its various bureaus, the labor department touches nearly every North Carolinian's life, from boiler safety to elevator safety to workplace safety and health.

We hope that you will find the resources that you need on our Web site. In addition to labor rules and regulations, the department offers a variety of free training resources on safety and health. We also administer the state's apprenticeship and training program. Take a few minutes to see if some of our services might benefit you. You also can reach us toll-free at 1-800-NC-LABOR (625-2267).

Thanks again for visiting the N.C. Department of Labor.