College and Careers
College Information & Finance
This site offes a compass to any student's future. Fun and interactive, this life guide offers tons of up-to-date facts, figures, and information to help get teens beyond high school. Features include information on financial aid for college, scholarships, getting great jobs (including the military), and managing money.
AP Central is the official online home for anyone interested in or involved with the Pre-AP or AP ProgramsÂ®. General information about the AP Program is available from this page. To access the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on AP courses and exams, as well as unique resources and tools.
Connects students to colleges and opportunities; Also created SATÂ®, Advanced Placement ProgramÂ®, and PSAT/NMSQTÂ®.
Devoted entirely to college-bound teens, offering insight and access to real people who can guide them through their college and career choices.
The SmartStudentÂ® guide to financial aid helps students understand how scholarships, loans, savings, military aid, and other types of aid will work for them.
This is a one-stop site for students and parents, including information on financial strategies, career options and college planning.
Comprehensive resource for information about colleges, financial aid and test preparation.
This is How-to-Get-into-College 101 for teens. It is an indispensible one-stop source for online college admission applications, financial aid information, career guidance, prep courses, and interactive campus tours. Best of all , it includes an alphabetical and geographical listing to over 3,000 universtiites and college websites.
Occupational Outlook Handbook:U.S Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Revised every 2 years, the Handbook describes jobs, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
Since 1967 they have promoted hispanic employment and workforce diversity for bilingual professionals. Free Resume Postings For Hispanic Job Seekers
Providing young people and adults with information, research and resources on their postsecondary education, ensuring successful careers and improving their lives.
Are you concerned about the future? Are you unsure how to start your career? Do you need to make changes in your direction? Are you concerned about finding stable and secure work? Here is a step by step process for determining what is your favorite and career and how to go about getting what you want.
U.S. Department of Labor:
Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational
Outlook Handbook: Lawyers
Information on nature of the work, working conditions, employment, job training, qualifications and advancement, job outlook, earnings, and additional resources.
Police Employment.com: Your source for law enforcement jobs Information on local, state, & federal law enforcement jobs.
Careers in Business brings you with the latest scoop on various business career areas including jobs, salaries, what people are saying and entry requirements.
The Black Collegian Online: The career site for students of color.
Article: Information Technology-Your Pathway to Innovative Jobs and Careers
This magazine covers technical and career issues of interest to engineers and information technology professionals who are part of the growing diverse technical workforce - African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans, Women, Asian Americans, People with Disabilities and Gays and Lesbians. Each issue's feature articles address the concerns of engineers who are members of minority groups, women, or people with disabilities.