Career Resources

Volunteer and Job Opportunities

Job and Extended Career Opportunities for Students (JELO)

This is LPS’s website for career, volunteer, and internship opportunities.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities in the Lincoln community.

Explore Careers

Career Cruising

This site is a useful search by career or by interests and high school subjects. It will also search for college and university programs.


High Wage, High Skill, and High Demand jobs in the state of Nebraska.

O*Net Online

Your tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!  Plus answer questions about the type of work you might enjoy. We’ll suggest careers that match your interests and training.

Holland Code Quiz

The Holland Codes is a system to classify jobs into job categories, interest clusters, or work personality environments. In the Holland Model, these categories represent work personalities.  Be sure to take the quiz to see what career matches your interest.

Candid Careers

Learn about careers from interviews with hundreds of professionals in a wide range of fields.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Learn salaries, settings, requirements, and more on careers you are considering.

Nebraska Career Connections

This site provides education and career planning resources. Whether you’re planning for life after high school, exploring career options, or creating a portfolio of materials for a job search, this system can provide you with the tools needed.

Nebraska Career Clusters

Experience virtual industry tours that provide a unique opportunity to get a glimpse inside Nebraska-based industries without leaving your home or classroom. The videos showcase different businesses and industries in each of the sixteen Career Clusters in the Nebraska Model.  In addition to the tour of the business/industry, the videos also contain interviews with employees and managers discussing work requirements, education levels, salary and job prospects. The videos will provide an accurate picture of today’s workplace, breaking down stereotypes and assumptions while emphasizing the knowledge and skills required to be successful.