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  • Age 18 Benefits Check-Up for Youth Transition Demonstration Participants (doc) (pdf): A Guide for Students, Families, and Professionals
  • Apprenticeships: An apprenticeship is a paid training supported by an employer. The training lasts a specified length of time. An apprenticeship teaches all aspects of the selected profession and includes both on the job training and related instruction. For more information about apprenticeship programs check out Utah Registered Apprenticeships Program.
  • CareerOneStop: Use the Skills Profiler to create a list of your skills and match them to job types that need those skills.
  • Utah's career connection – Investigate careers, explores education and training, and finds a job.
  • Department of Workforce Services: Provide employment and support services for our customers to improve their economic opportunities.
  • Disabled Connecting job seekers who have disabilities with employers.
  • DOL - Teen Workers: Information for parents who have a working teenager.
  • Frequently Asked Questions: Frequently asked questions about JAN.
  • Hire Potential: National woman-owned firm that offers staffing and consulting services to corporations and government agencies.
  • Internships: To help determine our best career option, consider a work-related internship. It may or may not be paid. Most give practical work experience, generally lasting less than a year. Contact the career service office at your college to get more information about internships.
  • Job Accommodations Network: Facilitate the employment and retention of workers with disabilities by providing employers, employment providers, people with disabilities, their family members and other interested parties with information on job accommodations, entrepreneurship, and related subjects.
  • Job Bank Information: Help you locate alternative sites where you can search for jobs or prospective employees.
  • Job Corps: Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program. It helps young people ages 16 through 24 get a better job, make more money, and take control of their lives. Check out Job Corps for more information.
  • Job Hunters Interactive tests available online: personality tests, and career or vocational tests.
  • Just For Youth: Employment just for youth.
  • Military:
  • National Business & Disability Council: For employers seeking to integrate people with disabilities into the workplace.
  • New Freedom Initiative: Online resources research about employment and disability resources.
  • O*Net Online: The O*Net system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
  • Resources: Transition to Work: A website of resources regarding employment.
  • The Riley Guide: Résumés and cover letters.
  • Ticket to Work: Information about the Ticket to Work program.
  • Utah Mentor: Self-Assessments, Career Matching Assistance, Career Resources.
  • Veteran's Employment Toolkit: The EIDP Veteran's Toolkit contains resources and information useful for veterans, service members, and those who work with them. It contains practical, user-friendly information for those who are seeking employment and currently working.
  • Work Support: Information, resources and research about work supports that are most effective for assisting individuals with disabilities maintain employment and advance their career.