Career Exploration Resources


We are pleased to continue curating information on resources and relevant materials to help you introduce your students to a variety of career destinations. With such a large region to cover, it is hard to capture all the events or local activities. However, with your help, we can share with others the information you find relevant to the topic of career exploration.


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Career Exploration Podcast by Dr. Mike MacDonald

Destination - ASTRONOMY

Starting on September 23, the SUNY Oneonta's Planetarium will be holding Free Planetarium Nights. Please share with your students. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in this career field. Follow this link to registration:

Destination - GEOGRAPHY

Britannica School puts maps and more at your fingertips with fantastic geography topics and tools. Browse the World Atlas, use the Compare Countries tool for fast facts, or tour the U.S.A., all from Britannica School (available at elementary, middle, and high school levels).

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Keep an eye for updates! The Raymond Corporation will be holding their National Manufacturing Day through a virtual experience. They have developed an excellent presentation to explain the endless career opportunities in the field of manufacturing with emphasis on the local jobs at their Greene, NY facility. Stay tuned for more information. The event is held during the month of October.
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Destination - ARTS

No better way for students interested in the Arts career field to discover the possibilities. Colorscape Chenango is a regional juried arts event that takes place in downtown Norwich during September 10th and September 11th. From visual arts to performances, the festival gathers national talent suitable for career exploration. The following link gives you details to share with students:


Destination - AGRICULTURE

What a creative way to introduce students to new ideas for agricultural products. Our farm families have opportunities to shine with the wealth of knowledge they have. However, many of our students would benefit from exploring career opportunities in this field. Please feel free to share with your team and with students.
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Destination - PHOTOGRAPHY

Creative students will benefit from this free program. The Place is a non profit organization located in Downtown Norwich. They are offering this workshop that could be an excellent career exploration activity. Please feel free to share and If you should learn of a similar program in your school region, please share with us at
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Career Explorations Contact

My name is Martha Ryan and I love helping young people explore career opportunities. This year we will be working on new events and activities to help you expand your career exploration initiatives. Please count on me to support your efforts.