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What is MyMnCareers?

This website helps low-literacy job seekers and English language learners find career planning and work preparation information.

MyMnCareers was produced by Southwest Minnesota Adult Basic Education and the former iSeek Solutions organization with funding from the Otto Bremer Foundation. Staff from Ronald M. Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning helped write and produce this website.

MyMnCareers is currently sponsored by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

Unique Features of This Site

  • MyMnCareers has three distinct levels of content: beginner ("I am an English Language Learner"), intermediate ("I am Finishing High School or My GED"), and advanced ("I am Done with High School/GED and Want to Advance My Career"). The intermediate and advanced sections have expanded content and more results in the find careers search tool. Students or customers can re-visit MyMnCareers and use another level as they progress in their careers or education. More about the audience for this site is on MyMnCareers Audience.
  • This site is easier to read than other career information websites. All content is written at or below the 6th grade level. The "English Language Learner" section is written at a 3rd grade level.
  • The navigation of the website is purposely simplistic.
  • Goal setting and making a career plan are emphasized along with career information and education options.
  • Occupation information is displayed by education level in the Find Careers Tool.
  • Information about career clusters and pathways (or "paths") helps students and customers to see the correlations among related occupations and the need for advanced training.
  • Success stories with audio clips help students and customers understand how the concepts introduced in this website's content can affect their decision-making.
  • Throughout the site students and customers are encouraged to create and add to their career plan.

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