College & Career Center

The College and Career Center provides a variety of resource materials on colleges, scholarships, financial aid, careers and part-time employment.  Please stop by and to stay up-to-date on all of the details and deadlines. The Career Center is located in the Library Media Center in House I.


Financial Aid

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is one of the first steps toward getting federal aid for college, career school or graduate school. The office of Federal Student Aid provides more than $120 billion in grants, work-study funds, and loans each year, but you must complete the FAFSA form to see if you can get any of that money.

Financial Aid Tips

  • Don’t let the “sticker price” of a college or university prevent you from applying.
  • Utilize the net price calculator on the college’s financial aid page. Every school is required to have it on their website.
  • Many financial aid programs exist to help you meet all college costs: Tuition, fees, books, room and board, personal expenses and transportation.
  • The expected family contribution will remain fairly constant regardless of the cost of a particular college or university. The difference between family contribution and total cost will be made up in financial aid (i.e.,grants, loans, work-study).
  • Some colleges also require the CSS Profile, in addition to the FAFSA.
  • Your most valuable resource for financial aid help is speak with the financial aid office at any college or university.


For information about scholarships, stop by the Career Center.

Special Programs

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Job Shadowing/Volunteer Opportunities

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Job Openings

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