Advisers and educators, use this information to add to your curriculum and self-guided tools.
This website helps adults plan for their future education and careers. The information on this site supports the work of counselors, adult educators, human resources staff, and other career professionals who assist adult learners.
This website was developed to help motivate adult job seekers and career changers to discover career and educational paths. It is meant to introduce or contextualize concepts and resources needed for an "older" student to choose an education or training option that will advance them in their career pathway.
Youth, teens, and traditional-aged college students can find college information on MN Programs of Study.
Minnesota Career Pathways is a guide to find the information needed to start a college or apprenticeship program, or earn a high school diploma, college degree, graduate degree, or other credential.
This website is uniquely designed to direct job seekers and students to resources from the Minnesota State Colleges and University system, Career and Technical Education, the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, Minnesota Department of Education's Adult Basic Education programs, and other organizations working with adult students and job seekers.
Minnesota Career Pathways can be used one-on-one or in a workshop setting.
The Toolkit for Teachers & Career Advisers on the MN Programs of Study website offers instructional and advising resources for educators and workforce professionals. The toolkit has free: