Career Advisors (Still) Here to Help You

Posted on May 11, 2020

While South Dakotans are practicing common sense and personal responsibility to get back to normal and on the road to recovery, many people have more downtime on their hands than usual. It’s tempting to spend this extra time binging your favorite series or scrolling the web for cat videos to lift your spirits. But instead, consider using this time to reimagine your career.

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Five Benefits of GED® Completion for Career Success

Posted on April 02, 2020

Some think earning a high school diploma is the only way they can further their education or climb up the career ladder. That isn’t the case. The General Educational Development (GED®) credential is an often-forgotten route for students to take. Earning a GED credential is much more than a piece of paper. It drives students to work toward their future goals.

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Benefits of Career Exploration for High School Students

Posted on March 02, 2020

High school is an important time for personal and professional growth. It’s a time when children start to become young adults, and classes and extracurricular activities help students hone their social skills. Time moves fast in high school, that’s why student access to guidance counselors and advisors is important. Career planning now will go a long way in the future. The four years of high school are crucial for career exploration. Follow these tips to help students make the most out of their time in school.

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Internships & Job Shadowing: What You Need to Know

Posted on February 28, 2020

A student’s success relies heavily on the support and resources offered by educators, counselors and the like. Students can never be too equipped for the real world of work, and luckily there are plenty of opportunities outside the classroom for those who are interested.

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3 Tips for Helping Students Recognize Their Career Potential

Posted on January 31, 2020

Smart technology, like automation and artificial intelligence, along with the ever-growing shared economies like talent-sharing, reselling and ride-sharing businesses, are changing how the world runs. Sometimes that makes it difficult to anticipate what the future looks like for tomorrow's students.

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