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What can the JCEC do for you?

The Job and Career Education Center?  Isn’t that for adults who are job hunting?  Well, sure, that’s a lot of what we do every day.  But we’re also here to help YOU.

We’ve got standardized test stuff.

The Official Study Guide for All SAT Subject Tests from the College Board

Cracking the AP English Literature & Composition Exam from Princeton Review

We’ve got college application stuff.

Fiske Guide to Colleges by Edward Fiske
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College Admission: From Application to Acceptance, Step By Step by Robin Mamlet and Christine VanDeVelde.

We’ve got “what do I want to be when I grow up” stuff.

Careers for Competitive Spirits and Other Peak Performers by Jan Goldberg

Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love to Build Things by Joy Paige

Careers in Focus: Computer and Video Game Design from Ferguson

And of course, we have stuff to help YOU get a job, right now.

Creating Your High School Resume: A Step-By-Step Guide to Preparing an Effective Resume For Jobs, College, and Training Programs by Kathryn Kraemer Troutman.

Vince Stead’s 110 Jobs Almost Any Teenager Can Start! by Vince Stead

Most importantly, we have people sitting at the JCEC desk, just waiting to work with you.  If you have any questions that you don’t think a book can answer, or if you just can’t find the right book, then come talk to us!

The JCEC is on the second floor of Main – Oakland (if you take the front stairs, we’re to the right, through the doorway, and to the right again).  JCEC staff is available whenever the library’s open, but you can also visit our website for 24-hour access to online books, practice tests, job openings, and advice.  And if you have any questions but can’t make it in, you can always email or call!

-Denise

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