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 Student Resources

Let me guess, people keep asking you what you want to do as a career but you don't know? Learn about different careers that fit your skills and interests. 

Volunteering is extremely important . Find local organizations where you can volunteer during the school year and over the summer.

Learn about what it takes to get an athletic scholarship. The process can seem scary and difficult, but we have resources to help you navigate this new space.​

Find programs to which you can apply as a first-gen and/or low-income high school student and that will help you to navigate the college application process. These can be one of the most important support systems for students who need help navigating the college application process.

Are you more of a hands-on person and don't want to do the traditional college path? There are still ways for you to continue your education and get the job of your dreams. Remember, do what is best for YOU!

Undocumented and Unafraid. Find ways to help you learn about the college process as a DACA/undocumented Student. You have dreams and YOU CAN REALIZE THEM! 

College may seem expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Learn about smart ways to pay for college including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study.  College can be AFFORDABLE.

A mentor can be FUNDAMENTAL to your success. Learn about ways to find a mentor in your school or even with a current college student.

Learn about ways to ensure you are maximizing your summer! Remember, many colleges look at how you spend your free time, this includes summer vacations.

Find the college/university that best fits your need. These sites will help you filter through over 2,000 universities across the United States. 

Having a hard time getting to a college campus and doing a tour because of time or costs? Take a look at these virtual college campus tours resources! Also learn about fly-in programs sponsored by many colleges!

Tutors are expensive and not something every family can afford. Find FREE resources you can use to prepare for important college entrance exams like the SAT or ACT!