Informative Websites

Career Cruising 

Freeport Career Exploration Website 

Please see your school counselor for your log-in information


www.petersons.com
a website that provides you information on colleges, graduate schools, and K-12 school programs.

www.collegeboard.com
you can register for the SAT on this website and access SAT test prep. tools, view the SAT test question of the day. In addition, this website offers a college matchmaker and a college search engine.
 

www.princetonreview.com
this website provides information on schools, majors, SAT/PSAT prep. tools, careers, and access to a counselor-o-matic tool. 
 

www.educationplanner.com
provides you information on thinking about college, choosing a college, and paying for college. 

http://collegemajors101.com

great website for information on college majors.

 

www.ecampustours.com
you can take a virtual tour and visit more than 100 campuses on this website. www.anycollege.com- a college and university search engine.
 

www.papsa.org a guide to Pennsylvania’s postsecondary career and technical schools. 

www.collegeview.com/careers
a website that you can explore colleges and majors.
 

www.military.com/asvab
a guide to ASVAB testing, including test tips and strategies, and other useful links related to the military and careers in the military. 

www.todaysmilitary.com-
this website will allow you to research the different branches of the military. 

www.buildersguild.org/careers/apprenticeships.htm
a list of apprenticeships in the building trades.

 
www.scsc.state.pa.us
Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission. This website offers information on job development in PA and on the civil service exams for state positions.

 

www.online.onetcenter.org
access to a wealth of occupational information providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.

www.paworkforce.state.pa.us/jobseekers/site/default.asp
this website will allow you to access a number of online resources that will provide information on conducting a job search, Unemployment Compensation, disability services, labor market information, the Trade Act program, training and education, Veterans benefits, grants and financial aid.

www.bls.gov/oco
allows you to search for occupational information, nature of work, working conditions, employment, earnings, job outlook, and provides sites to other useful sources of information.

www.pheaa.org
Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency. 

www.fastweb.com
a large scholarship search database. 

www.studentaid.ed.gov
federal student aid on the web.

www.finaid.org
a smart student guide to financial aid. www.fasfa.ed.gov—FAFSA Form on the Web! 

www.salliemae.com
nation’s leading provider in student loans, helping millions of Americans achieve their dreams. 

www.commonapp.org
Common Application for admission into certain colleges and universities in Pa. 

www.schoolsoup.com
the world’s largest scholarship database.

www.govbenefits.gov
this easy-to-use website provides access and information to more than 1,000 benefit and assistance programs including, numerous education related programs.

www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
for prospective college athletes. The application should be completed by the end of your junior year if you are planning on playing a sport at a Division I or II school.