- All Student Resources
- About Your Report
- Retaking the OGT
- Find a Mentor
- Meet with a Peer Tutor
- Sign Up for Programs at School to Help You Prepare for Retaking the Test
- Take Advantage of Opportunities in Your School and Community
- Know the Requirements for the Ohio Graduation Tests
- Use Online Resources to Help you Prepare
- Know Alternative Ways to Meet the Testing Requirements
- Explore Resources for Students Who Are Learning English
- Success After the OGT: How Do I Get the Most Out of High School?
- Preparing for the Future
- Plan for a Career
- What Kind of Education Can I Pursue After High School?
- How Do I Apply to Post-Secondary Programs?
The following Web sites provide more tools to help you plan a path to a career that matches your interests and strengths. Use these resources to find information about familiar jobs and careers. You can also investigate the training and education needed to set you on the right career path.
- America's Career Resource Network
Access career development resources and decision-making tools, all supported by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Career Voyages (U.S. Department of Labor/U.S. Department of Education)
Begin planning the ultimate road trip to your future career here. Learn about growing industries and career-based qualifications, education and training.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides this resource for occupational outlooks organized by career category. You can also link to student resources and information on fast-growing careers.
- Mapping Your Future
Mapping Your Future is designed to help students make plans for college and careers and understand the college admissions process, standardized tests and financial aid.
- America's Career InfoNet
Career InfoNet provides access to a wealth of data on different occupations, industries and state labor markets. Understanding this information can help you make better career decisions.
- Career OneStop
A sister Web site to Career InfoNet, Career OneStop connects you with training sources, information on financial aid, and assistance with educational decisions.
- School to Careers (Iowa Public Television)
Use this resource from Iowa Public Television to meet career professionals and learn more about a variety of jobs including biochemist, physician and architect.
- Sloan Career Cornerstone Center (SCCC) (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation)
SCCC provides planning and networking tools for students interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
- The Association of Computer-Based Systems for Career Information
ACSCI is a professional association, formed in 1978, for the advancement of career information and its delivery. The association has worked to advance the use and improvement of career information, information technology, and services to users through standards, professional development opportunities and public information.