The Claire Marchiano Career Collection (CMCC) contains resources I have created to help clients through many stages of their career development or search. Please explore and use in your own development.
8 Steps Towards Change Using Planned Happenstance provides 8 steps to help you commit to making a change.
Ways to Assess or Demonstrate Transferable Skills provides suggestions on how to identify skills that can be transferred to other career options/fields.
Using My International Experience is a worksheet for those coming from other countries or with extensive oversees working experience wanting to work in the U.S.
Trends that Will Grow Jobs lists specific growth sectors and who or what will benefit from this growth.
Jobs, Services, and Employers that Tend to Go Up in a Growing Economy are good places to look for new job opportunities.
Special Websites for 50+ Job Searchers and Career Changers lists online resources for people who are in their 50s and beyond and are seeking a new job or career change.
Researching Businesses Online is an important step in your job search. Use this list to discover sites that will tell you information about a future employer.
Developing Multiple Income Streams can be financially and personally rewarding. Use this list to think through ways to generate more than one income stream.
Creating The Perfect Gap Year provides a list of websites to give you ideas on what to do during a gap year, how to do it, and what programs there are to help you get there.
Entry Level Openings provides ideas for entry level jobs with futures. Consider a field that interests you and offers the best long-term prospects.
Some Places to Take Your New College Degree provides suggestions and resources to help you determine where to find work with your new degree.
Put Your College Degree to Work is a worksheet designed to apply what you have learned in college to the world of work.
Youth Assessments and Career Exploration Sites lists online resources that can provide direction for your career search.
Writing for a Living is a helpful resource for people who love written word. This resource provides employer types along with suggested job titles for which they may hire.
Useful Websites for Your Job Search is your quick guide to job search on the Internet.
Star Websites takes the guessing out of which job site to use during your search and lists the best sites by area of interest/specialty.