To register for the ACT online: www.actstudents.org
To register for the SAT online: www.collegeboard.com
Financial Aid www.finaid.org
NCAA Athletic Eligibility www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
FAFSA - Financial Aid www.fafsa.ed.gov
Homework Help www.homeworkalabama.org
Standardized Test Help www.learnatest.com
College Toolkit.com www.collegetoolkit.com
Career Interest web site with links to Career Assessments and Career/Job Descriptions
Learn about requirements, career tracks, the job outlook and compensation in these careers.
I am not sure which careers or jobs interest me! If you are new to Career Voyages or if you have just started thinking about your career options, you may not be sure where to start. That's OK because this tool, the Career Compass, will help you use your interests to find a variety of occupations that you might like to do. Enjoy your journey, and remember there are no wrong answers!
CareerLink Interest Inventory
The CAREERLINK Inventory is designed to match the way you see yourself -- your interests, aptitudes, temperaments, physical capacities, preferred working conditions and desired length of preparation for employment -- with available career information from the United States Department of Labor. The information you provide about yourself will produce a career profile showing to what extent your self-identified characteristics and preferences match those considered significant in eighty career clusters.
Education Online Search
Education Online Search is a free college and career education portal, to help you learn about careers and the schools offering education and degrees for the fields you choose.You'll also find a directory of colleges which let you fill out a simple online form to request detailed school and financial aid information.
Free Online Assessments and Tests
Access to free Career Toolbox, Jung Typology Tests, Keirsey Temperament Sorter, Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential, etc... to assess your unique skills, abitilities and interests as it relates to the world of work.
Free career interest report
O*Net Interest Profiler
Free interest and values inventory
O*Net Online Career Information
Making occupational information interactive and accessible for all
Free personality quiz
American School Counselor Association: www.edge.net/asca/links.html -
Links to college home pages, career tips, and other useful information. Also, advice on how to write an application essay.
CampusTours, LLC: www.campustours.com
Virtual tours of various colleges, Webcams, campus maps, college videos, movies and pictures
Next Step Magazine: www.nextstepmagazine.com
Peterson's Education and Career Center: www.petersons.com/ugrad
Campus news, advice on writing application essays, and an engine for college searches
The College Board: www.collegeboard.org
Useful information about campus visits, interviews, and other parts of the college search process. Downloadable applications for over 800 colleges and a solid, comprehensive search engine. There is also an abundance of information on the SAT.
U. S. News College and Careers Center: www.usnews.com/college
College rankings, advice from high school counselors and financial aid experts, a comprehensive college search engine, and college links galore
College Search Sites
A search engine with variables such as location and school size but very few campus life variables such as diversity or athletics. A good searchable scholarship database, for which you must register, plus articles and CollegeEdge chat forums.
Cool-looking site with an enormous searchable database of schools, plus links to the colleges. Search variables include state or region, majors, and tuition. The lack of a selectivity variable, however, means it may be tough to narrow the field.
College View: www.collegeview.com
One of the most detailed search engines on the Net, with wide-ranging criteria that include diversity, field of study, religious affiliation, athletics, special programs, and services for disabled.
College Zone: www.kaplan.com
Extensive links to colleges and universities. Advice on interviews and admission.
The Princeton Review: www.PrincetonReview.com
A good search engine with a wide array of variables, including location, academics, sports, student life and housing.