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Mapping your future
One stop site for students and parents with information on financial strategies, career options, and college planning.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Look up the training and education needed for hundreds of different types of jobs as well as the earnings and expected job prospects for specific jobs. Includes job search tips, information about the job market and more.
Occupational Information Network (O*NET)
Interactive and accessible occupational information provided by O*NET. Find occupations using keywords, browse by industry, use a list of your skills to find matching occupations and much much more.
The Princeton Review Career Quiz
Take this 24-question quiz that asks easy stuff about you. Your answers will be analyzed to determine your most likely interests and work style. Find careers that would likely suit you - and, more importantly, that you'd enjoy!
Take the Temperament Sorter
Take this online personality assessment designed for for corporate, career and personal development. Used by Fortune 500 companies, counseling professionals, and major universities.
Holland Occupational Themes
The Holland Occupational Themes instrument measures self-reporting vocational interests and skills. An excellent way to increase self-awareness, enabling you to explore career options with a better sense of what will suit you over the long term.
Think College Early
A U.S. Department of Education service that provides information and resources to help middle school students begin to think about and prepare for college early.
Select a link below to find useful information for helping prepare your children for college.
Many parents think about college long before their children do. Students are most likely to aspire to college if their parents let them know that it's important. Although middle school grades do not count in the college admission process, a students' performance in middle school does provide the foundation for success in high school and middle school.
Freshman year, a time of transition, courses, grades, credits, test scores, and attendance all become part of a student's permanent record. Freshman year is just as important as junior and senior years, since the courses from all years are included on a student's transcript and all grades are included in the cumulative grade point average, or GPA. Freshman year serves as a foundation for the remainder of high school.
Sophomore year is a year of personal growth. In addition to working hard in school, students should start to identify their own abilities, interests, and values.
This is the year for test anxiety, intensified college and scholarship searches. Registration, preparation, and study guides for the PSAT, SAT and ACT are available in high school guidance offices.
Senior year is both exciting and terrifying by the thought of applying to college and the prospect of high school graduation.