An online education and career information delivery system designed to help individuals achieve academic and career success. (Sponsored by Bank of North Dakota)
RUReadyND Frequently Asked Questions
Change is coming to RUReadyND.com in the fall of 2013 How can you prepare? Check here for answers to FAQs about RUReadyND.com.
RUReadyND.com Lesson Plans
This set of lesson plans will help you put RUReadyND.com to work in your school. This curriculum is designed for Years 1 and 2 and High School but can be adapted to fit the needs of your students.
Schedules and registration information for CRN workshops including offerings for RUReadyND.com and more.
A North Dakota publication of the Department of Career and Technical Education's Career Resource Network.
Career Resource Coordinators
Regional Career Resource Coordinators develop resources and provide training to connect businesses, educators, parents and students to specific career opportunities within their communities or neighboring communities.
Career Resource Tool Kit
A compilation of career resources gathered and developed to assist educators in providing career information and career planning activities for students.
A list of college fairs held throughout North Dakota.
Elementary Level Career Resources
A list of career resources including websites, workbooks, books and more for elementary level students.
Financial Aid Workshops
A fall workshop for counselors that covers financial aid information, FAFSA review, College Goal Sunday, and more. Topics may vary by workshop. Any person interested in learning more about financial aid or brushing up on recent changes to the FAFSA is welcome to attend.
National Career Development Guidelines
A framework for building and evaluating comprehensive career development programs for youth and adults in a variety of settings.
A primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
An online handbook that tells you the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs. In addition, the handbook gives job search tips, links to information about the job market in each state, and more.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
The principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics. Reports and other products cover a broad range of topics including the U.S. labor market, economy, and society.
ND Education and Training Projections
Job Service North Dakota report of long-term employment projections and occupations in which job openings
are expected to occur. See pages 37-39 for a listing of occupations ranked by typical entry-level education.
ND Registered Apprenticeship Program
Registered Apprenticeship provides training for people in a variety of occupations that require a wide range of skills and knowledge. It is an ideal way for employers to build and maintain a skilled workforce. Registered Apprenticeship combines supervised and paid, on-job training with technical classroom studies in subjects related to the apprentice's chosen occupation.
Connects classrooms with individuals working in North Dakota. Hear what it’s like to work in high-demand professions in North Dakota.
Youth Forward works to promote jobs, entertainment, education, and more opportunities for youth looking to stay in North Dakota.