Types of Jobs

Business, management, and administrative workers give the support needed to make a business run. You might check employee time records or train new employees. You might work as a top executive and provide the overall direction for a company or department as an example: Accountant or CPA, Financial Manager, Company Executive (CEO, CFO), Office Manager, Public Relations Specialist, Management Analyst, and Billing Clerk.


  • Administrative Support
  • Business Information Management
  • General Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Operations Management

Local Job Shadow Options

  • Stifel
  • St. Marys Insurance
  • The Hound 97.5
  • The River 98.9
  • McGrath CPA
  • North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning & Development Commission
  • H&R Block
  • Local Banks

Elk/Cameron County Locals

View the videos from local folks to learn more about this career

Owner, Cook, Operator & Manager
Karen & Andrew Mohney
Tablespoons Cafe

Owner, Sales Manager, & President
Jason Gabler
Advantage Sales & Supply


Assessing what you like and things you do can lead you to a career field.

Does this sound like you?
  • Love to create web pages, flyers or brochures
  • Analyze costs when buying clothes, video games, etc.
  • Volunteer to be a club officer
  • Enjoy organizing a school event or fund-raiser
  • Take charge and manage tasks for a group
  • Run your own business
Are these your favorite subjects?
  • Economics, Business, Math, and English courses
  • Computer and Technology courses
  • Foreign Languages
  • Government
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Sports & Entertainment Mktg
  • Marketing Essentials
  • Business Law
  • Personal Finance
  • Business Dynamics
How do you spend your spare time?

Consider these local opportunities to expand your skills in this field.

  • DECA (Marketing association)
  • FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
  • Jr. Board Member
  • Student Council
  • Boy or Girl Scouts
  • Lead a volunteer community group.
  • Get elected as a class officer.
  • Captain a sports team
  • Help manage a fundraiser
  • Join a committee to plan an event
  • Start a business
  • Read business newspapers, magazines, or blogs for current economic trends and business practices
  • Volunteer in the business office of a nonprofit agency or with the Chamber of Commerce
Challenges, Camps, Workshops & More!

Local Post-Secondary Education / Trainings

  • Business Administration (AS/BS)
  • Business Administration (AS)
  • Accounting (BS)
  • ​Business Managment (BS)
  • Business Management (AS)
  • ​Office Admin Executive (AS)
  • Accounting (BS)
  • Business Administration (AS)
  • Finance (BS)
  • Human Resource Management (BS)
  • Management (BS)
  • Marketing (BS)
  • MBA