The SCC library can connect your students to books, media, articles, and websites that will help them prepare for careers in many fields. Here’s the tip of the iceberg.
- Encyclopedia of careers and vocational guidance. 2008.
- Occupational outlook handbook / U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2010-11.
- The savvy musician : building a career, earning a living & making a difference / David Cutler. 2010.
- Green collar jobs : environmental careers for the 21st century / Scott M. Deitche. 2010.
- Careers in engineering [electronic resource] / Geraldine Garner. 2009. Read ebooks from off-campus using your ID number and eservices password.
Search LOIS for media by adding the Media limiter to your keyword search for “vocational guidance.”
- The interview / Films for the Humanities & Sciences. 2010.
- Internet careers : front-end, back-end & E-everywhere. 2008.
- Nutrition careers. 2006.
Library databases have hundreds of articles about all aspects of careers. The Vocational & Career Collection database is a good starting point. SCC staff and students can access library databases from off-campus using their ID number and eservices password. Use keywords such as “electrical engineering” and refine your results using full text, publication date, and subject.
Websites: Search for reliable career web sites in IPL2 using the keyword “careers.” Or start with one of these broad-based career sites.