• Get information about college the easy way

    Resources that provide lists of colleges include:


    General College Resources

    • College Net Great scope of resources. Search by major, geographic area, and more. Provides e-mail address to contact colleges. Scholarship information also available here.
    • The College Board Online This site includes a comprehensive online college-search interview, SAT schedules, and online test registration.
    • Peterson’s resources for college search
    • The Princeton Review Provides lists of “best colleges.” The Princeton Review publishes college guides and test-preparation books and software. Samples of everything are included on this site. Also, it provides downloading of sample SATs and detailed information about more than 300 top colleges.
    • U.S. News Online College U.S. News publishes rankings of top colleges and universities.
    • Yahoo College Entrance Page This site provides a comprehensive set of links to colleges, admissions offices, test-preparation companies, and other sites dealing with college admission and financial aid. Interested in Computers? Check out the list of the 100 most wired colleges.


    Other Resources


    Career Search

    Your future – what will it be?

    • Career Page Find answers to the many questions that you might have about internships, careers, interviewing, resume writing, cover letters, career planning, and self-assessments. We also have this program on the server at school.
    • Career Search with the College Board This site enables you to search for jobs that match your likes and dislikes and look at specific occupations to learn more about training, qualifications, earnings, etc.
    • Career Center A wonderful guide created to help you learn more about the careers you’ve been considering. Maintained by UC Berkeley.
    • Occupational Outlook Handbook A thorough and insightful guide into career descriptions with links to the “real” world. Also provides links to other resources.
    • Career Planning Guide Includes information about interviewing, resume writing, career strategies, specific careers, and issues to consider.
    • O*Net The Occupational Information Network, is a comprehensive database of worker attributes and job characteristics. The database contains info about knowledge, skills, abilities, interests, general work activities, and work context. It provides the essential knowledge foundation for identifying prospective careers to explore, career counseling, planning education etc …
    • Career One Stop Smart career decisions start here! Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.
    • USA Jobs is operated by the Office of Personnel Management and is the US Government official source of Federal job and employment info. Explore the 13,311 Federal jobs in the USAJOBS database.
    • Road Trip Nation Career exploration defined by you.
    • My Road Career has personality assessment to get a detailed report on your personality type. Explore a list of suggested careers and majors that fit your personality and strengths.