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Career Coaching Your Teens
Learn the 4 steps of career planning, how to be an effective coach, and where you and your child can go to research occupations, skills and more.
Career Coaching Your Teens: Your Role as a Parent
Help Your Teens Get to Know Themselves
Encourage Your Teens to Explore Career Options
Support Your Teens in Making Career Choices
Help Your Teens Take Action to Achieve Career Goals
Education and Training
Once your child has sense of where they want their career to go, it’s time to begin looking at training options. You can help them understand the type of learning they prefer, choose between full and part-time studies, and build experience for a future resumé.
Explore School and Program Options
Your child may be going back to school, getting a job or both. As a parent, you know that they will need to learn how to track their spending, manage loans and credit, budget properly and find other sources of funding like scholarships, bursaries and student aid. These resources can help.
Financial Literacy for Students: Invest in Your Future
Explore these articles, resources, interactive tools, and simulation games to build your financial literacy. With some budgeting basics under your belt, you'll be better equipped to make the most of your education and employment.
How to Grow Your Bank Account When You’re Just Starting Out
Budget for Student Life
Create a Student Spending Plan
You may have mixed feelings about your child getting that first job and launching their career. But it's all a part of helping them make that journey to becoming an adult. Along the way, you can help them build their work search skills, understand what employers are looking for, stay safe on the job and find a fulfilling, successful career you can both be proud of.
Get and Keep the Work You Want
Work Search Basics
Be Safe at Work
Stay healthy and safe on the job. Learn how to spot danger, use safety equipment, report injuries, and share health and safety concerns with employers.