Here are a list of resources to start your employment journey:


My Next Move
Whether you know what you want to do in the future, or you’re not really sure, My Next Move can help you to explore the skills needed and salary ranges for over 900 different careers. This site can offer personalized career suggestions based on your interests and provides information on the skills needed and salary ranges.


Job Accommodation Network
If you have a questions about workplace accommodations, the Job Accommodation Network (JAN) can help.

empolyment-resources3 Individualized Employment plans (IEP) and career exploration
The Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network
has done a great job of putting together several resources for youth who want to be gainfully employed. This website has links to explore over 500 careers, employment kits for different disabilities, tools to develop an Individualized Employment Plan (IEP) and more!
empolyment-resources4 NH Vocational Rehabilitation
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) refers to a state/federal agency that helps people who meet certain qualifications find jobs. This help can include helping pay for your education after high school. In New Hampshire, VR is part of the Department of Education. New Hampshire VR works with individual students and also sponsors activities for groups of students.
empolyment-resources5 What you need to know about working in New Hampshire
The NH Department of Labor has provided answers to frequently asked questions many young people have about working in NH like When is the NH Youth Employment Certificate, also known as “Working Papers,” required?, How do youths get a New Hampshire Youth Employment Certificate?, What are the hours that a youth can work during school time and on vacation? and more.
empolyment-resources6 How to manage your career path
MindTools produced this resource that helps you learn 171 skills that will help you manage your career more effectively. Start by understanding how to set career direction, play to your strengths, and shape your worklife for maximum success. Move on to finding out how to get ahead, and then discover how to deal with the many challenges and “interesting situations” that could otherwise set you back. Enjoy exploring these skills, and have a great career!
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