Careers in Food Science
metuchenschools.org/mhs, then Library in the blue sidebar
1. Search the Library Catalog for books on the shelves and ebooks
Careers for health nuts and others who like to stay fit.
610.69 CAM Camenson, Blythe.
Career ideas for teens in health science
610.69 REE Reeves, Diane Lindsey
Cool careers without college for people who love to cook & eat
647.95 MAC Machajewski, Sarah.
Series: New cool careers without college
Encyclopedia of careers and vocational guidance: Career guidance and career fields.
REF 331.7 ENC
Career discovery encyclopedia.
REF 331.702 CAR
**Careers and occupations looking to the future
Doak, Melissa J.
Series: Gale virtual reference library – this is an ebook (password = metu_log)
2. Check the Databases
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center (metuchenhs/bulldogs) click Job Profiles then Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, Hospitality and Tourism or Marketing, Sales, and Service
Occupational Outlook Handbook search career name or click Food Preparation and Serving (and possibly others), be sure to check the related occupations listed at the end of each article
General Interest – Reference
Gale Reference eBooks (metu_log) Under Education, search the Career Information Center
3. Internet Resources
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
http://www.bls.gov/k12/ click Student Resources then Career Exploration
http://www.jobprofiles.org/ Scroll down to Comprehensive Database of Job Profiles
The 16 Career Clusters
National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium.
http://www.careerclusters.org/ Click Career Technical Education, then Career Clusters