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Careersand Career Guidance Notes and support from this fledgling, Irish, educational, site are specifically designed for the needs of the Irish syllabus at both Leaving and Junior Certificate level. Teachers and Students are further advised that there are resources on all subjects available at Leaving and at ScoilNet. These are terrific and totally free sites.

  1. An Australian perspective on careers. Irish students are unlikely to apply for any jobs in Oz, right after secondary school, but you may find useful tips on job hunting, resume writing, and job interviewing techniques.

  2. Careers Advice from the UK has a wide range articles offering advice and information on dozens of different careers, plus featured employers and specific details on modern apprenticeships.

  3. Careers Choice. People on the Move. This is a link to lots of other careers websites

  4. Career Directions. Researched, designed and programmed by CASCAiD. Database careers information adapted by FÁS. Copyright 2002 FÁS and CASCAiD Ltd, Loughborough University. A terrific database of information on just about every career option.

  5. Careers from This is a fledgling Irish site with great potential. You can get information on a wide range of professions, a timetable of upcoming careers events and a range of practical tips aimed to help you secure the job you really want.

  6. Career Links at 16+These links take you to some great sites for possible careers and/or further education in the UK. Click on the Graduates link to go to the home page.

  7. Career Net. CareerNet is a database of Third level courses in Ireland and Britain.

  8. Career Paths Move the cursor over any of the three options, Job Seasrch, Career Paths or At Work, to get the relevant drop down menu. An Excellent site

  9. Careers-Portal part of the National Grid for Learning. A gateway to careers and higher education information on the web.

  10. Career Web Jobwire is a convenient way for jobseekers to instantly interview online and no resume is required. To apply for a job today, click on one of the links below.

  11. Careers World is Ireland's premier careers development website. Careers World provides the tools and support you need to develop a successful career - including course information, employee profiles and job opportunities.

  12. Central Applications Office The purpose of the Central Applications Office (CAO) is to process centrally applications for admission to the first year of undergraduate courses in institutions within the Republic of Ireland and to deal with them in an efficient and fair manner.

  13. Colleges and Universities from around the world

  14. Comprehensive Careers site with lots of hint and tips for writing your cv, doing the interview, negotiating terms,and preparing for personality tests

  15. DEADLINES MATTER Authoritative, informal, professional Careers Material Directed at current GCSE and A Level students and teachers/ advisers Publications for sale and Inset available

  16. Discover the Working World of the BBC - and the skills you need to join. Search and apply for BBC Work Experience opportunities online

  17. Elements. This magazine is a publication of the University of Limerick. It is aimed at 5th and 6th year students in Irish schools and their teachers. Its goal is to inform and interest students who are thinking about their careers and courses, and to encourage them to consider studying Science, Mathematics, Computers or Engineering at third level.

  18. Explore IT Careers Learn about the IT industry, earn your Microsoft credential, and find your dream job. Start today

  19. Get The Job You Want A 595K download

  20. Irish Find the job you want, Receive job alerts Build, Store and manage your CV, Get expert career information

  21. Institute of Career Guidance in the Uk

  22. Irish Universities Promoting Science. The seven Irish University Faculties of Science collaborated to create this web site. This new web site provides information on scientific disciplines, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in each university and careers and research opportunities in science. Let the mouse rest on an icon to get a blurb on a University or follow the excellent links across the top of the page

  23. Looking For a Job? Why not visit an Irish recruitment website for young people

  24. Matchless Education Website. Jobs and Career Planning

  25. Modern Apprentices learn on the job, building up knowledge and skills, achieving qualifications and earning money at the same time. The competences are linked to the skills identified by employers as necessary for the job.

  26. Monster Career Centre. Career Storm state-of-the-art interactive career tools will give you an extra boost toward greater career satisfaction and success.

  27. My Careers Manager from Irish Click on the tabs across the top of the page. Well worth a visit.

  28. Practice Completing a Job Application Form. Print and photo copy it and complete it as often as you wish

  29. Radio 1 Career Essentials packed with really useful information to help you get the job you want. Sample cv and how to make the most of your assets, and much more

  30. Springboard, the site for 16 to 18 year-olds that gives a no-fuss approach to getting your future choices sussed.

  31. The Career Development Site is designed to support careers practitioners. It also acts as a signpost to careers information for other groups

  32. Valuable Advice, Training and Support from the Employment Service to help people move from welfare into work in the UK. Informative links

  33. Virtual Careers Library A structured directory of careers and job-hunting sites primarily aimed at UK graduates

  34. WOODY’S WEBWATCH 2002. This UK site offers links to places where students or teachers/ advisers can look for information on University issues, gap years, professions, jobs and lifestyle hints.

  35. Your Guide to Careers - find out about areas you're interested in working in. Beginners' guides, video clips, profiles, and material from BBC web sites.

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