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College Enrollment and Work Activity of 2005 High School Graduates
Graduation CapIn October 2005, 68.6 percent of high school graduates from the class of 2005 were enrolled in colleges or universities.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
After Graduation: To Live and Work in Arkansas?
How do University of Arkansas at Fayetteville seniors and M.S. degree-seeking graduate students feel about living and working in Arkansas after graduation? A new survey by the Arkansas Economic Development Institute yields some interesting results.
O. Loewer, M. Longstreth, C. Garcia
Education Attainment Affects Your Earnings and Unemployment Chances
Education PaysThe road to riches is paved by education, or so the data suggest…
US Dept. of Labor/BLS
Need help finding a scholarship or financial aid? Want help writing a resume? The U.S. Department of Labor has tools to assist you. Use the links below to access a tool that may help.
Video CameraFrom Accountants to Zoologists, you can view videos of real people doing real work.
Educational Program Codes
What is CIP?
CIP stands for Classification of Instructional Programs. This is a coding system developed by the United States Department of Education to provide an ordered classification system for the accurate tracking, assessment and reporting of fields of study and program completions activity.
Education and Training Web Sites
K-12 in Arkansas
State Colleges and Universities
Private Post-sec Career Schools
Adult Education Programs
Graduating Student with Cap and Gown
Arkansas Consumer Report System (ACRS)
Search for WIA approved eligible training providers and programs.
Parent Guide Resources
The parent guide resources are provided by America’s Career Resource Network (ACRN) and the National Training Support Center (NTSC). For more information contact Arkansas’ Career Resource Network Director at (501) 682-3121.
Sixteen brochures have been developed on various topics supporting educational and career achivement.
PowerPoint presentations have been created for state and local career professionals to use for presenting educational and career development information to parents.
Click on the links below to view a handy
Pocket Resume and Job Preparation Checklist.
Print and complete the form, and use it as a reference tool for job interviews.
Pocket Resume Form
Non-Form Accessible Format
Employment & Training Opportunities
Projected Employment Opportunities List
Projected Employment Opportunities List 2006-2007The list identifies future job opportunities for the State and each local area, and links them to training programs.
View the entire Projected Employment
Opportunities List, 2006-2007 publication.
Select a local area below to view the Projected Employment Opportunities List for that local area.
Do you need a CIP Code or definition? View the 2000 CIP manual.
View additions that have been made to the list since July 1, 2006.