The idea here is to promote a better understanding of careers among learners through strengthening the capacity of career guidance services in schools. The biggest problem in society is that most people including governments suffer from attitude issues as far as careers are concerned, sometimes leading to prejudices that overlook important contributions made by people representing various careers. Career choice and decisions can be a complicated process. Some careers are perceived to be better than others, creating serious issues that contribute to career choice. the assumption here is that most people do not perceive careers in terms of their respective contribution to society but more so in terms of how they stand to benefit from their chosen career complicating the process of career choice. A poor perception of one's career contributes to low self esteem, low motivation, negative attitude, poor work ethics, lack of innovation and lack of productivity. On the other hand a positive perception to a chosen career leads to high self esteem, self motivation, positive attitude, good work ethics, innovation and productivity. Learners need to be informed about their career decisions and choices at an early stage before plunging themselves into careers that only cause them more harm than good. By strengthening career guidance services in schools, learners will be better placed to not only receive supportive information but also develop better insights on the contribution of various careers in society, enabling them overcome the prejudices that surround people when choosing careers and giving people the opportunity to make informed career decisions. The idea not only seeks to produce career based resource materials for use by career guidance teachers and providers but also create career based forums for learning and discussions among students, teachers and parents including stakeholders in the education sector.