When you hear of jobs in the National Park Service, you automatically think of Park Ranger. That's just one of the many careers you can have working for the National Park Service. These include: biological scientists, physical scientists, design and construction specialists, cultural resources specialists, museum staff, writers and public information specialists, photographers, paralegals, and concession specialists. Many of these jobs require advanced degrees and job openings are limited. For more specific information about careers in the National Park Service visit www.nps.gov/personnel/other.htm
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
In a recent Yahoo article, the Bureau of Labor Statistics identified the following eight careers as being on the upward trajectory through 2020. To see the list, click on the link below. As you can see from the article, the education required for these careers varies. Healthcare is still a popular choice due to healthcare reform, an increasing elderly population, and new advances in medical technology.
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The Millennial generation seeks a good work/life balance in a job.
Posted by McCrimmon at 8:14 AM
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Many of today's top jobs in demand require vocational school training or a two-year college degree.
Posted by McCrimmon at 12:21 PM
Friday, April 26, 2013
Twenty-eight 9th grade students toured Spartanburg Community College today. Students were shown a variety of programs including: nursing; surgical tool technology; mechatronics; computer technology; business; and machine tool technology. Spartanburg Community College is a two-year college offering Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees. Students who graduate from high school with a 3.0 GPA can qualify for the LIFE Scholarship. The LIFE scholarship will pay full tuition at any two-year college in the state of South Carolina. For more information about Spartanburg Community College, visit www.sccsc.edu
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Still undecided about your major? Take this quick personality quiz to help you learn more about yourself and what career may be a good fit for you.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The deadline to apply for USC Upstate's Youth Leadership Institute has been extended to April 26th! For more information: http://www.uscupstate.edu/youthleadershipinstitute
Posted by McCrimmon at 12:46 PM