College and Career Readiness Resources

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College and Career Readiness Resources


The New England Board of Higher Education Tuition Break for New England Residents. The annual catalog lists more than 700 undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered through the RSP Tuition Break and explains eligibility for residents of all six New England states - Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
NAVIANCE Family Connection lets the guidance department share information with you and your child about up-coming meetings and events, local scholarship opportunities, and other Web resources for college and career information.

What can I do with a Major in? Are you wondering what careers or majors are out there?  Clink on the link and explore career titles and potential employers.

Common Application - a general application form used by over 150 independent colleges that is available on-line.

Peterson's Education Center: Comprehensive guide to Colleges and Universities, Studying Abroad, Graduate Study, Summer Programs, Continuing Education, Testing and Assessment, and much more.

College Board is a good starting point for students and parents. Research colleges and much more.

Welcome! The Massachusetts Division of Employment and Training (DET) is pleased to offer the
Massachusetts Career Information System (MassCIS) free on-line to all Massachusetts residents. MassCIS is designed to provide occupational and educational information to help people make better-informed career and school choices. Career Information, College, Financial Aid and Career Exploration included.

U.S. NEWS: Find your private, state, or community college. Plus compare colleges, take the college personality quiz, or use the parent's guide.

Research Art Colleges: Art-making is a very special kind of learning experience. Of particular concern to art students should be the faculty, facilities and equipment, as well as proximity to museums, galleries and other cultural resources. We urge you to read thoroughly about the art colleges in which you are interested. Try your best to visit them.

Fastweb's College Directory, including online applications, can get you there quickly, easily.

The NCAA Clearinghouse website will provide you with information about initial-eligibility at NCAA Division I and II member colleges and universities.