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ResumeMaker
This resume creation tool makes writing a better resume quick and easy. To create a resume, either fill in the blanks at each step with thousands of recommended phrases and keywords or choose an existing template(s) for design and verbiage, copy and paste it onto your MS Word document and create your resume. Once complete, you can print your resume and submit it to potential employers! You can also find sample cover letters, interviewing tips and video advice, career planning, salary negotiations, and more.

Learning Express Library
Studying for your real estate, plumbing, CDL, electricians, postal worker, cosmetology, nursing, state trooper, paramedic or ASVAB licenses or certifications? What about the ACT, CLEP, GED, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, PSAT/SAT, PRAXIS, TOEIC or TOEFL? Want to research schools and careers or need help with college admissions essays? This website can help by simply registering to participate at no charge.

Are your kids in fourth through 11th grade and studying for their end of year tests? Do they need grammar, logic, math, reading, science, statistics, writing and vocabulary tutorials or refresher courses? Do they need Advanced Placement practice exams?

Discover information on job search and workplace skills. Also on this website, find practice tests and skill building courses for a wide variety of professional certifications. Preparation tests are for school, career and citizenship.

Job-Hunting and Workplace Skills: Guidance on getting a job and keeping it. Establish a career path, hone interview skills and write resumes.

Career and Industry Resources: More than 55,000 searchable resource entries, divided into convenient categories on fellowships, organizations, internships, scholarships, and awards.

School Search: A comprehensive, current database of more than 4,000 schools that offer two- and four-year degrees in the United States and Canada.

Career Interest Assessment: Identify your interest areas and related jobs. There are nearly 300 videos covering jobs, industries, and career development skills. Also features advice for recent graduates, job seekers, and people advancing in the workplace. The "My Life" interviews with professionals gives a first-hand perspective on exciting jobs, career opportunities, and news. The Dictionary "Did You Mean...?" feature is updated monthly.

DigitalLiteracy.Gov 
This government website provides an amazing amount of one-stop-shop information and links, and not just job/career.

Last updated: 3/21/2017 2:51:13 PM