Career One Stop: Career Exploration, Training, & Jobs
This page of the Career One Stop website provides guidance on ways to explore careers with categories about finding and keeping a job, self-assessments to figure out which job is right for you, occupation and industry information, as well as information on various skills and occupations.
This guide serves as a resource for multiple audiences within the workforce development system. Youth service professionals will find information on selecting career-related assessments, determining when to refer youth for additional assessment.
USFSP Student Grows with STINGRAY
News article about former Bull Buds president with an interest in Marine life.
Let’s Get Everyone to Work Videos
The Florida Developmental Disabilities Council (FDDC) has developed three employment and transition videos called Let’s Get Everyone to Work. Two 45-minute videos, the Resource Toolkit for Students and Families and the Teaching Toolkit for Pre-Service Professionals, discuss employment and independence strategies, high expectations, person-centered planning, and support networks for people with developmental disabilities.
Developing a Postsecondary Career and Technical Education Program to Support Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Replication Guide Based on Project Achieve at Florida State College at Jacksonville
This guide gives an overview of Project Achieve and framework for those interested in replicating a Support Postsecondary Career and Technical Program at a public state college or community college.
Association for Career and Technical Education
This website contains information and resources for educators and professionals who prepare youth and adults for careers especially in vocational and technical education.
Intelligent Lives Movie on America Reframed
INTELLIGENT LIVES is an award-winning documentary following three young adults with intellectual disabilities: Micah, Naieer and Naomie, who, with the support of family, educators and colleagues, work toward a future marked with increased inclusion and independence. Their lives challenge staid notions of intelligence as they navigate high school, college and the workforce. It is a film of possibility, normalcy, and dignity.