Resources for Students
- Health Professions Education Guide
In keeping with the key strategies for recruiting and retaining health professionals to practice in underserved communities, the New York State AHEC System encourages local youth to pursue careers in health care. We are committed to increasing the diversity of NY State’s healthcare workforce. By recruiting and training people of all race, ethnicity, and background, NYS AHEC strives to promote the accessibility of qualified healthcare professionals to all New Yorkers.
Whether you’re a student, guidance counselor or current health care worker, this serves as a guide for anyone interested in a career in health care. We provide detailed information on 220 schools and non-degree granting
institutions, along with their individual availability regarding health-related educational programs.
- The Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
- New York Health Careers
Guiding Individuals Interested in Health Care Careers
Find detailed information on nearly 60 health professions and occupations.
- Association of Medical Schools in New York
The admissions process into medical school is extremely competitive in New York State with thousands of applications for schools to review and only a fraction of that number available to fill with new students, 82,000 and 1,830 respectively in allopathic medical schools in 2011. For the most part, the medical schools use overall grade point average (GPA), science GPA, and MCAT scores as a threshold during the screening phase of the admissions process. However, more and more, the medical schools are using a holistic approach to admissions that carefully evaluates a student’s demonstrated work ethic, and seeks a balance between their personal and academic experiences. For more information on admissions at the medical schools, please check out the link.
- New York State Nursing Programs
The Professional Education Program Review unit in the Office of the Professions has the responsibility for registering nursing education programs within New York State. The registration of a program means that it has met the Department’s standards for accreditation as provided in the Rules of the Board of Regents and the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education. Programs are arranged by region within the listings.
- North Country Community College Career Services Webpage Access
Seeking part-time, full-time or seasonal employment?
Need assistance preparing a cover letter or resume?
Seeking to strengthen your interviewing skills?
Are you maximizing your networking skills for employment?
- The Occupational Information Network (O*NET)
The O*NET Program is the nation’s primary source of occupational information. Valid data are essential to understanding the rapidly changing nature of work and how it impacts the workforce and U.S. economy. From this information, applications are developed to facilitate the development and maintenance of a skilled workforce.
- NYS Department of Labor Employment Projections
– NY State-Wide Long-Term Industry Employment Projections
– NYS Regional Long-Term Industry Employment Projections
– NY State-Wide Short-Term Occupational Employment Projections
– NYS Regional Short-Term Occupational Employment Projections
– NYS Regional Short-Term Industry Employment Projections
– NY State-Wide Short-Term Industry Employment Projections