Career Planning Link Library
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IYRS School of Technology & Trades
A non-profit, post-secondary experiential learning school in Newport, Rhode Island. IYRS offers education & training programs for
craftspeople, artists, fixers, technicians, thinkers, problem-solvers, and creatives.
American College of the Building Arts
The American College of the Building Arts educates and trains artisans in the traditional building arts to foster exceptional craftsmanship and encourage the preservation, enrichment, and understanding of the world’s architectural heritage through a liberal arts education.
A Beginner's Guide to Machining
Education Resource Guide for Students and Families
A helpful career exploration resource for students provided by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development in conjuction with the American Job Force network
McPerson College, McPherson, Kansas
An industry specific educational program for automotive restoration
Student Career Info
Student Career Info is a production of Students & Leaders Network, Inc. a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing career information for students, educators, parents and the public.
The program features live Q&A video discussions and a digital library of topics that provide information and insight on careers and life challenges for students. Additional video sessions of experts explaining their careers are continually added. It's all free to schools.
Please note: This library of links offers sites students can use to explore and learn about different career areas and industry specific educational programs. There are also video links where students can hear from people doing the types of jobs in which they may be interested. These links and videos are for informational purposes only and are not endorsements or recommendations by Ozaukee Youth Apprenticeship or the Port Washington-Saukville School District.