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How do your current and upcoming classes impact your future? Do you need help with decision making and setting goals? CIS has tools and information needed to design your future.
Prepare for your future
You want your child to have a happy and successful future. CIS helps you and your child make informed education and occupation decisions to reach their potential and meet their goals.
Help your child succeed
Use CIS to learn about your strengths and options at any stage of your career and discover useful tips and necessary skills for finding a job, writing a resume and interviewing.
Continue towards your career goal
Career development can be difficult to fit into your class time. CIS helps you integrate career information into any subject area, helping your students plan, make decisions, set goals and follow through.
Teach your students to succeed
Online systems of education and careers information, interactive help with interviews and resumes, games and activities for younger students – CIS provides products for all levels of career development.
Workshops, webinars, slideshows and guides to help you use CIS products with your students and clients. We’re here to help!
The mission of the Idaho Career Information System is to provide comprehensive career information, resources and services to help you make successful education and career decisions.
Support materials to help you use CIS products: reference guides, quick starts, tutorials and much more. See the CIS News and other career development-related publications and sites.
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With extensive knowledge about education and workforce, CIS staff are ready to help you build a robust college and career plan for your school or organization and answer any questions you may have.
From discovering new ways to pay for college to earning a GED, the Idaho Department of Labor has a variety of programs to help students succeed in today’s world.
Career development is a life-long process. The Idaho Department of Labor has a wide range of programs to help connect job seekers with businesses.
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