A video introduction to Montana Career Lab's resources and publications!
A brief video introduction to Montana's FREE Math instruction program: EdReady Montana!
Careers Build a Community Student Journal is where students can record if they like or don't like the occupation and answer some questions about the occupation and the community.
The Community Helper Cut-outs in this publication are meant to be used with the Careers Build a Community Lesson Plans for use in the Community Day event.
Careers Build a Community Flash Cards is where students can learn more about the occupations. The characters can also be used as popsicle stick puppets.
This publication introduces the concept of career clusters by telling the story of a set of twins who spend the day learning about careers. Designed for 5th and 6th Grade.
Also available: Jacob & Emily Teacher's Guide
This workbook for 3rd and 4th graders introduces students to a variety of careers with fun activities on every page.
Also available: Career Heroes Teacher Guide
Career Heroes Trading Cards
This supplement to the Career Peeks activity book gives students a booklet to practice writing the letters of the alphabet using occupations as a theme.
A fun activity book for 1st and 2nd graders. Career Peeks gives kids their first glimpse into the world of careers.
Also available: Career Peeks Alphabet Practice Pages
Career Peeks Learning Games
The I Can Be….. series of activities shows pre-school and kindergarten students the connection between the subjects they learn in school to real world careers.
Also available: I Can Be Teacher Instructions
Alphabet Trading Cards are designed for preschool and kindergarten students. These cards will get your children talking about different occupations while learning their letters.
Also available: Alphabet Writing Worksheets A-Z
Your guide to the amazing MCIS Junior career planning tool. This workbook walks students through the MCIS Junior website.
Also available: MCIS Junior Worksheets
This guide helps Middle Schoolers explore their own interests and aptitudes, and see how they relate to different career fields. Budgeting exercises show them how far their money will go in the real world.
Also available: What to Pack Crosswalk
The Montana Career Guide walks users through the entire career planning process from exploring your interests to interviewing for a job. Includes a section on soft skills and job hunting tips for special populations.
Find out how to build your future self using resources from Montana Career Lab!
Take inventory of your "Soft Skills," the non-technical skills all workers must have to remain employable. Excerpted from the Montana Career Guide.
This publication is a resource to help develop financial literacy skills. Created and available by the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education and the Montana University System – Office of Student Financial Services.
Instructions and resources for conducting a fun mock job interview activity. A great resource for teachers and guidance counselors.
A handy resource to help organize your career information. Take it with you when you collect job applications or go to interviews.
CareerOneStop Video Agricultural Inspectors from the Career Cluster Agriculture and Natural Resources
CareerOneStop Video Agricultural and Food Science Technicians from the Career Cluster Agriculture and Natural Resources
CareerOneStop Video Agricultural Equipment Operators from the Career Cluster Agriculture and Natural Resources
CareerOneStop Video Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters from the Career Cluster Architecture and Construction
CareerOneStop Video Brickmasons and Blockmasons from the Career Cluster Architecture and Construction
CareerOneStop Video Architects, Except Landscape and Naval from the Career Cluster Architecture and Construction
CareerOneStop Video Architectural and Engineering Managers from the Career Cluster Architecture and Construction
CareerOneStop Video Audio and Video Equipment Technicians from the Career Cluster Arts and Communications
CareerOneStop Video Archivists from the Career Cluster Arts and Communications
CareerOneStop Video Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes from the Career Cluster Arts and Communications
CareerOneStop Video Actors from the Career Cluster Arts and Communications
CareerOneStop Video Biofuels/Biodiesel Technology and Product Development Managers from the Business and Management
CareerOneStop Video Art Directors from the Business and Management
CareerOneStop Video Advertising Sales Agents from the Business and Management
CareerOneStop Video Accountants and Auditors from the Business and Management
CareerOneStop Video Business Teacher, Postsecondary from the Career Cluster Education and Training
CareerOneStop Video Billing and Posting Clerks from the Career Cluster Finance
CareerOneStop Video Court, Municipal , and License Clerk from the Career Cluster Government and Public Administration
CareerOneStop Video Athletic Trainers from the Career Cluster Health Science
CareerOneStop Video Baggage Porters and Bellhops from the Career Cluster Hospitality and Tourism
CareerOneStop Video Clergy from the Career Cluster Human Services.
CareerOneStop Video Computer Hardware Engineers from the Career Cluster Information Technology
CareerOneStop Video Bailiffs from the Career Cluster Law, Public Safety, and Corrections
Not sure of your career destination? Don't leave it to chance, find your way in MCIS. This brochure gives a broad overview of key career planning features in MCIS.
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