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When College is Not an Option: Alternative Ways to Find Your Dream Job

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If a lot of people have been suggesting college to you, but you have no desire to go or if it's just not a possibility you want to consider, know that there are other options for finding a job. You have only to take a quick look at the stories of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, or Mark Zuckerberg to see that traditional college is not the answer for everyone. In this webinar, join Matt Gordon as he provides alternative ways to obtain your "Dream Job." First, Matt will discuss traditional options and types of training that you can explore and the benefits they may provide. Second, he will provide you with local and national resources that can help you to attain the job you desire. Finally, he will share options for acquiring and paying for your education.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, July 18, 2013 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Business Education, College & Career Readiness, Counseling, Personal Enrichment, Workplace
Tags: career education, career training, careers, DOL718, job choice, job options, training resources, workplace

Reviews (16)

Full Member
Good stuff.
Full Member
Lots of ideas for students.
Full Member
Excellent - teachers, not just counselors need this information. Should be shared with students.
Full Member
Great info - This could be very useful in my district.
Full Member
Would be good to share with some high school students
Full Member
Great stuff Matt! Thanks for sharing.
Full Member
Love this, career paths take so many shapes and forms. These careers are just as important to our society and the way it functions as any other career that requires a college degree. I feel preparing our students for the work force is the best we can do so having options available like these are great! Thanks again!@
Full Member
This information is very useful to present to our students. Many of our students could use an entry level job as a career builder.
Full Member
Very informative
Full Member
Great information!
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