Texas CARES Version 8 - It's Not Just a Slogan, it's Exploring the "Real World!"
LMCI is proud to introduce the new and better than ever Texas CARES Version 8.
Texas CARES Version 8
(Career Alternatives Resource Evaluation System) is a multi-media
career information system designed for individuals to explore different careers and
related educational opportunities in Texas and around the country.
Some of the new features in the new Texas CARES Version 8 include:
More occupations and more schools than ever before
4 CD Software package
Updated detailed O*NET occupational characteristics data
Updated Texas state and regional (LWDB) Labor Market information including wages and job projections
330 high quality occupational videos from the U.S. Department of Labor
Two automated assessment tools
Occupational Career Clusters from the U.S. Department of Education
Monthly featured Career Stories
New employer contact lists and mapping functions
Search through detailed career information enhanced by occupational, Texas college and career preparation videos
Compare 2 or 4 colleges side by side, compare attributes about each institution
Over 100 Texas college and university promotional videos
Review relationships between career paths and training requirements
Astro Arcade game section helps explore and learn why/how to evaluate careers and educational options.
Play videos from our new Occupations Career Clusters Digital Video Show CD-Rom program
Internet links to hundreds of external websites including colleges and job posting sites
Link to our new online feature: High School Graduation Plan
New Career Development videos in the Video Kiosk
Complete with over 425 occupational, educational and career development videos, such as writing
resumes, interviewing skills, filling out job applications and performance on the job.
Texas CARES Version 8
gives students an excellent idea of workplace demands and how to shape
their personal values and interests into a promising career by showing the strong relationship
between getting a good education and hiring requirements for choice high skill/high wage jobs.
CARES Version 8 FAQs
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