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- Are you preparing for a professional exam? Are you curious about a particular occupation or looking to improve your workplace skills? Choose the Career Center and begin your path to a bright future.
- A comprehensive career resource that allows you to search for and track jobs, create targeted resumes and cover letters, practice and master interview techniques, explore and identify career paths according to your interests, experience and what's in demand, and find schools and education/training programs.
- Taking a college entrance or licensing exam? Use this database to search thousands of college and graduate school entries. Identify scholarships that meet financial needs. Take online practice tests and use test prep eBooks.
- A list of the largest employers in Tempe, as well as businesses with Tempe Equal Pay Designation, created by the city's Economic Development Department.
- Job description & resume keyword comparison scanning tool.
- This reference source from the U.S. Department of Labor can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations. Use occupation descriptions to brainstorm perfect resume bullet-points!
- Download resume templates.
- A helpful list of verbs for describing accomplishments and job duties on your resume. Authored by Indeed.com.
- A list to inspire you in describing yourself for your LinkedIn bio, cover letter, or resume. From ThoughtCo.com
- Statewide workforce development network.
- Arizona's web-based job-matching and labor market information system.
- Tempe Public Library's entrepreneurship and co-working space.
- Offers a variety of employment programs, including:
- Access to career advisors and workshops.
- Local non-profit offering job readiness and job search support services.
For Individuals with Disabilities:
- Employment services for individuals with disabilities.
- Arizona's vocational & independent living program for individuals with disabilities.
- Program assists low income and under-served youth ages 16 - 24 gain skills through education, employment, and leadership activities.
- Career technical training and education program for young people ages 16 - 24 that qualify as low income.
- City of Tempe youth employment webpage.
- A U.S. Dept of Labor program which provides useful part-time, work-based training opportunities for unemployed low-income persons who are 55 years of age or older.
- Maricopa County Participants:
- Develops programs that increase opportunities for veterans to obtain employment and job training in Arizona.
- Employment options & weblinks for new immigrants.