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Career Counselor

-Two-year colleges; Coordinate Accuplacer exam

-Military; Coordinate ASVAB

-Technical Trades

The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a wonderful resource to explore more information about specific careers and jobs.  This government website also includes information about growth in certain fields and also average pay salary.  Check out this site for more information.

The Exploring Program is a program for young men and women who are 14 through 20 to provide experiences to help young people mature and prepare them to become responsible and caring adults.  It is a wonderful opportunity so take a look to see what careers are available that you are interested in.

The Apprenticeship Programs in the Nebraska/Southwest Iowa Area is a helpful website that gives students an opportunity to learn what it takes to pursue a career in the trades and crafts.  For more information, please contact Nebraska/Southwest Iowa Building and Construction Traces Council at 402-597-5217.

Juniors and Seniors are eligible to take The Armed Services Vocational Battery(ASVAB); the test will be given at Burke High School in November. Only the student, the student's parents, and the counselor have access to this information.  Along with their ASVAB results, students can complete an interest inventory (FYI) using access codes.  A combination of these results provides a valuable tool to assist students in discovering career and educational paths for their future.

Jobs Listings

Employers in the area need good workers! When employers contact Burke to try to find good works we will place information about those job openings here on this page. This is an effort to connect Burke students, parents, alumni, and those within our community with local employers.

This site is provided as a public service, for informational purposes only.  All information on this site is presented without any representation, guaranty, or warranty whatsoever regarding the accuracy, relevance, or completeness of the information. The information contained in this Web site is provided only as general information, which may be incomplete or outdated. The inclusion of links from this site does not imply endorsement or support of any of the linked information, services, products, or providers on the part of Burke High School or Omaha Public Schools. All product and company names are trademarks™ or registered ® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them.



 

Steamfitters & Plumbers Training Program

Rotary

Nebraska Humane Society

Muth Electric Inc. Internship



Laborers Local

Girls Who Code - West Corporation, an Omaha based technology enablement company is looking for young women who will be going into their senior year of high school in the fall to participate in a paid summer internship program geared at young women who are interested in pursuing a career in technology. For more information contact:
Colin Lamb – Sourcing Coordinator
West Corporation
402.716.1376
mail crlamb@west.com



ACN is a certified developmental disabilities service provider under contract with the State of Nebraska Health & Human Services, Division of Developmental Disabilities. Nearly one hundred and thirty individuals receive services from ACN, ranging in age from seven to 60. Although ACN specializes in autism, we serve persons with a variety of developmental disabilities. Individualized services and supports are designed to lead to a higher level of independence for each individual receiving services, addressing the individual’s desires for his/her future. ACN provides a variety of residential, vocational, pre-vocational and educational services. At ACN, we believe that every person, regardless of disability, is valuable, and deserves to be considered valued members of their home community.  For more information on our organization please visit www.acnomaha.org.
 
We have an opportunity for a summer internship as well as an internship during the school term.  This is our first time offering an internship in our accounting department and are willing to work with Burke to tailor the position to accommodate the school’s requirements and student’s needs.  The internship will offer flexible hours between Monday through Friday for 10-20 hours a week in a business casual office.  Our office is located at 9012 Q Street, Omaha, NE 68127 and is close to the L Street and 84th Street interstate exits.
 
The position will offer hands on experience using QuickBooks accounting software, extensive use of excel for financial analysis and real world application of accounting and bookkeeping practices.
 
Preferred Skills:
·         Knowledge of basic accounting, bookkeeping or finance
·         Firm foundation in mathematics
·         Proficient knowledge and application of Microsoft Excel software
·         Ability to multi-task
 
Duties may include:
·         Accounts Payable Entry
·         Accounts Receivable Entry and Reconciliation
·         Reconciliation of financial accounts
·         Data entry for financial trends and budget
·         Calculation and application of expense allocations to multiple divisions
 
At this time the internship will be unpaid, but I can guarantee the experience will make up for it.
 
If you believe this opportunity would be of interest to any of your students, I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you more in depth regarding this opportunity.  I can be reached by phone at 402.315.1006 or 402.657-6577 or by email at lbuechler@acnomaha.org.

 

For Career Experiences check out OmahaExploring.org

or check out the Exploring Career Newsletter here


Exploring is a career education program for young men and women who are 14 through 20-years-old. Adults are selected by the participating organization for involvement in the program. Color, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background, economic status, and citizenship are not criteria for participation.

The purpose of this program is to provide experiences which help young people mature and to prepare them to become responsible and caring adults. Explorers are ready to investigate the meaning of interdependence in their personal relationships and communities.

Exploring is based on a unique and dynamic relationship between youth and the organizations in their communities. Local community organizations initiate an Explorer post by matching their people and program resources to the interests of young people in the community. The result is a program of activities that helps youth pursue their special interests, grow, and develop.

Explorer Posts can specialize in a variety of career skills. Exploring programs are based on five areas of emphasis: career opportunities, life skills, citizenship, character education, and leadership experience.

 

 




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