Only a small number of people actually follow a linear path to finding a job. For most, educational choices and career paths are complicated, fragmented, and circuitous. In most communities, information about local career opportunities and the education required to qualify for them is not organized and readily available. This paper describes a new approach to identifying, following, and obtaining quality careers. We envision a strong, integrated set of high tech and high touch tools that enable individuals to access and receive real-time, tailored information and supports to make truly informed decisions about career and learning opportunities.