This site is written by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and gives you information on education requirements, job outlook, salaries etc.
This is from the federal government and discusses vocational careers and offers links to career information sites (not just vocational)
Provides information on various environmental careers
REALLY GOOD WEB SITE. This is from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Click on the index field in the upper right corner to find a specific occupation.
An informational network of occupations that provides descriptions, tasks performed on job site, as well as a detailed list of work activities.
This site gives descriptions on general careers including a job-training link to tell of the hands-on skills needed for the job
This site is from the Michigan Dept of Labor and discusses career preparation.
This is from the American Academy of Forensic Science. (For all of you CSI fans out there)
http://www.nida.nih.gov/ The National Institute on Drug Abuse from the National Institute of Health
This site deals with Michigan law concerning drinking and driving
Substance abuse and driving in Michigan
look at articles "Making the Most of High School"
"Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda, But No One Ever Told Me"
"Paper Writing Panic"
"College Planning Timeline"
"What to do in Class"
"What to do if You Slide"
click on Next Concept
click on Next Concept again
click on Practice
World War II
Great General Information site
A great webguide for WWII
Japanese American soldiers
New York Times article from the day after Pearl Harbor
Veteran's stories about combat and stories from the homefront
United States Holocaust Museum
New York Times article on the invation of Iwo Jima
The Japanese lose Okinawa
Eyewitness accounts of various events in WWII
Artifacts from WWII
Did you knw that Rosie the Riveter has a national park?
Life in a Japanese American Internment camp
D day maps and memories
Female War Correspondents
Battle of Britain
Bataan Death March