The organisations listed below are partners in Caeers4Graduates and their web sites all provide further useful information:
The information sources listed below are not intended to be comprehensive and, with the exception of Prospects Graduate Services, are not endorsed in any way.
Windmills Careers Management Programme
Structured Career Planning Programme
Self Assessment questionnaires
try this quiz to identify types of work that will suit you
this quiz allows you to compare yourself with successful self-made business people on some key traits and characteristics
Transferable skills self assessment
find out what transferable skills you have
use this site to read about confidence and try confidence building exercises
Learning Style questionnaire
find out about your preferred learning style
try The Keirsey Temperament Sorter II - an online personality questionnaire
The assessment on this site reveals your natural motivations and talent for work.
This Irish careers site provides course information, employee profiles and job opportunities
Irish database of careers information
Higher Education Authority
this site provides information about higher education in Ireland, links to all Irish university and institute of technology web sites, together with links to information on humanities and social science scholarships. Also information on employment and study destinations of graduates from universities in Ireland
website – the national bureau for students with disabilities
May I have a few minutes of your time?
AGCAS 20 minute video available in higher education Careers Services, covering ways of approaching people to find out about careers
AGCSI Careers Information Booklets
Degree Series and Career Series
AGCSI Your Degree… What Next?
Available from University Careers Service
AGCAS Career Information Booklets
AGCAS Signpost Series
your degree in …what next?
The Art of building Windmills
Peter Hawkins 1999, Structured career planning workbook
What colour is your parachute?
Richard Nelson Bolles Ten Speed Press 1997
The graduate Career Handbook
Shirley Jenner, Prentice Hall 2000