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ERIC Number: ED378320
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994-Apr
Pages: 80
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
The Women's Guide to Traditional and Nontraditional Careers and Education. A Resource Guide for Women in the Greater Omaha Area Who Wish To Enter or Re-enter the Work Force or Further Their Education.
Metropolitan Community Coll., Omaha, NE.
Developed for women in Omaha who are preparing to reenter the labor market or further their education, this guide provides information on where to go, to whom to talk, what support services are available, and what actions these women can take. The guide is organized by the following three broad categories: getting ready, education and training, and employment. Topics covered in the first section include career planning and counseling, libraries, child care, and money. In the education and training section, education, the basics, choices, and financial aid are outlined. The following topics are contained in the employment section: Occupational Outlook Handbook, where to look, resumes and interviews, nontraditional work, being your own boss, job alternatives, and job rights. At the beginning of each section is a brief description of how to use the resources in the section, as well as a detailed table of contents. Resources listed in these three sections include the following: schools, colleges, apprenticeship programs, agencies, offices, laws, government publications, and businesses. A final resource section of the guide lists 10 books and 5 other publications. (KC)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Community
Language: English
Sponsor: Omaha Community Foundation, NE.
Authoring Institution: Metropolitan Community Coll., Omaha, NE.
Identifiers - Location: Nebraska (Omaha)