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College and Career Exploration

It is never too early to begin searching for a career that's right for you! The websites listed are dedicated to guiding you in the right direction for the future, based on your interests and abilities.


Career Cruising is an interactive career website that helps students explore interests, career options, future education and training. The Career Matchmaker helps you find the career that suits your interests. The Education and Training section will help you find out where to get the education you need to start your career. For log on information please contact the guidance office.

Education Planner is a website that helps students learn about themselves, research careers, search for colleges, apply for admission and student aid, and prepare for the working world.

Big Future is sponsored by the College Board and offers information regarding exploration of careers as well as financial planning, college searches, and real life experiences from students themselves.

Career Finder is co-sponsored by College Board and Roadtrip Nation. It helps students explore careers by correlating PSAT scores with their interests.

College Scorecard is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. It compares colleges and universities in the United States based on cost and graduation and employment outcomes.

National College Fairs is a subdivision of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors website. It contains information about how to make the most of college fairs and visits, how to get fee waivers, and how to prepare for college.

Get My Future is sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Labor and offers free online resources for careers, training, and job searching for youth.

Coalition for College Access is a national coalition of colleges dedicated to improving access to college for low-income, under-resourced, and/or first generation students. The website is designed to help students start planning early and get access to information related to college.

Please find below checklists for students to use as a guide for future planning purposes during the school year.