Did you know?

We launched the QT over a decade ago because we believed that student
success was everyone's job. With limited funding and an abbreviated mailing list, we started
drafting and sending - via email - one of the first electronic instructional newsletters.

We set out some ambitious guidelines that we still follow today - every QT would...

  • Be brief
  • Require no additional materials
  • Deliver career-related information
  • Address timely topics
  • Work for every discipline
  • Connect to rich links and resources
  • Focus on student success
  • Include downloadable student activity
  • Encourage active, collaborative learning
  • Be upbeat, fun and relevant...

On this site you will find some of the best and most relevant QT's cataloged for easy access...

New QT's will be added to the library on this CA Career Briefs site. We hope you will keep
using them in your classrooms and forwarding them on to others....because on our campuses
student success is everyone's job!

“Never doubt that a small group of
thoughtful people can change the world.
Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”
- Margaret Mead
  • I forwarded your newsletter to one of my ROP contacts in our local high school district Your newsletter was perfect for some of the topics covered within their ROP workshop and I would like to thank you for your efforts... Great work!

    Renee Marshall
    CTE-TPP Project Director
    College of the Canyons

  • These are always such helpful ideas - easily implemented, well designed exercises. We're hoping to incorporate some of them into our next Biotech Dept student meeting. Thank you for passing them on!

    Laurie Issel-Tarver, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Biotechnology
    Ohlone College

  • You just continue to produce some of the VERY BEST and HELPFUL information for career development counselors and teachers. I... look forward to reviewing all of the wonderful information you send us through the QT Tips!

    Marina Martinez, M.S.
    Bend, Oregon

  • I REALLY enjoy getting these articles and ideas for the classroom. I will be teaching an online career class this coming Fall and would like permission to post these articles on my online course management website and use them as assignments and such for the class.

    Jackie Thuy Lai,
    Mission College Counseling