Occupational Outlook Handbook - a guide to career information about hundreds of occupations; including information about what the occupation entails, education/training, projected job growth, estimated earnings, similar occupations, and additional resources.
College Board provides students a path to college opportunities. They provide helpful information about financial aid and scholarships, among many other things!
Mapping Your Future® is a free resource for career, college, financial aid, and money management information. Their goal is to help individuals achieve life-long success by empowering students, families, and schools with web-based information and services.
College Navigator is a college search tool that is hosted by the Institute of Education Sciences.
College Affordability and Transparency Center helps you find information about how much it costs students to attend different colleges, how fast those costs are going up and information related to why costs are going up. You can find the Net Price Calculator Center which allows you to determine how much it will cost to attend the college of your choosing!
Khan Academy is a free resource for students and parents on a variety of topics - from mathematics to test prep to college admissions.
NJ Transfer is a website that helps you see what a course at a community college would transfer as course/credits to any other college/university in the State of New Jersey.
What Will They Learn? is a free, online college guide to cut through the verbiage of college catalogs and show what really matters: what students will be expected to learn.
Unigo allows you to check out more than 250,000 free college reviews, photos and videos, then get live 1-on-1 help from a top admissions expert to increase your chances of getting in.
University Visitor's Network - a valuable resource providing you with print, online, and mobile University Visitor Guides for over 45 universities in the United States.
On-line Colleges.net - a resource which provides a review of the online education landscape and scholarship information in New Jersey (as well as other states).
Common Application - a group of over 500 colleges/universities which have agreed to allow students to use a single application; some schools do require supplemental information
SAT - information and registration for the SAT and SAT Subject; college admissions test
ACT - information and registration for the ACT; college admissions test
Compass Education Group - provides information on the testing requirements for every major college and university that requires, recommends, or considers the SAT Subject Tests as part of the admissions process.
Fair Test - lists colleges/universities that do not use (or are test optional) the SAT/ACT scores for admitting students into Bachelor Degree programs.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
- Classes for parents
- Basic Computer Literacy
- GED Prep for Essay Writing and Math
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