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Career & Job Information

  • New York State Department of Labor - NY Dept of Labor Youth Jobs Info and Application

    Application for Urban Youth Jobs/New York Youth Jobs Program (More Info):

    Formerly called New York Youth Works, encourages businesses to hire unemployed, disadvantaged youth, ages 16-24, who live in New York State by offering local businesses tax credits for hiring eligible youth.  The goal is to help youth get into the workplace and succeed.  All they have to do is get certified.  Click the link below to access the criteria and application. 

  • Career Key
    Take The Career Key, a professional test that measures your skills, abilities, values, interests, and personality. Identify promising jobs and get accurate information about them. -- like, the salaries, job outlook, and job training required.

  • Cool Works 
    Search for seasonal employment.


    A step-by-step guide to resume development, courtesy of the University of Minnesota.

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College Websites

  • Common Application
    The college application that can be submitted to more than 350 universities.

  • SUNY
    Information, online applications, links to all the SUNY campuses.

  • CUNY
    Information, online applications, links to all the CUNY campuses.

    Searchable database of over 4,500 college and university homepages.

  • American Universities     
    Links to the home pages of many American Universities.

  • College Net 
    Search for colleges by name, location, enrollment, tuition, major, affiliation and sports. Also includes a scholarship search, financial aid information and other college resources.

  • Campus Tours   
    Online source for virtual college tours, interactive maps, college webcams, QuickTime VR tours, campus movies and pictures.

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Financial Aid & Planning

  • Smart Track – Empowered Financial Planning

    Free Online Courses & Tools Take the Guesswork Out of Planning for the Costs of College

    It includes a series of brief, interactive online courses, as well as tips to prepare for college, a directory of career options in New York, information about filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, and a direct link to start the process. In addition to the tools and resources available, visitors can chat live with a SUNY representative and create a financial plan specific to the needs of 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade students.

  • FAFSA on the Web     
    The U.S. Department of Education's site, where students can complete and submit the FAFSA Application directly over the Internet

  • CSS/Profile Registration
    The College Scholarship Service, a division of The College Board manages a financial aid application service that many private colleges use in addition to the FAFSA. Check the instructions of the CSS PROFILE to see if your colleges require the CSS PROFILE. NOTE: The CSS PROFILE is a two-step process. First you register, then you complete the CSS PROFILE form. You may register online to receive a paper version, or you may register, complete the form, and submit it online.

  • FinAid     
    The Financial Aid Information page.  This page provides links to many sources of information about student financial aid.  It includes a free scholarship search database, and a scholarship scam alert.

  • SallieMae   
    Comprehensive financial aid information

  • Ask the Aid Advisor 
    Financial aid professionals answer your questions by email.

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Preparing For College

    Provides a detailed college search. It also is the official web site of the SAT.

  • Kaplan     
    Offers a variety of resources and information to guide students through test-taking, school search and admissions processes. This site includes virtual college tours, practice interviews and a game of financial aid.
  • Princeton Review     
    College information and comparisons, financial aid information, online applications, practice tests and college rankings.

  • NCAA Eligibility Center     
    This is the official web site of the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association).  Information for prospective student-athletes looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II institution.

  • LD Resources   
    A complete resource for information regarding programs and services for learning disabled students
  • U.S. News Rankings  
    College information from U.S News & World Report.  Search for a college to meet your interests, compare colleges, organize your application process, estimate costs and view annual college rankings.

  • College and University Rankings     
    This site from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign provides links to four year college and university ranking pages, as well as information about the accuracy and appropriateness of college rankings.
  • College Is Possible     
    The American Council on Education presents a guide to preparing for college to be read by parents, students, and education professionals.

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Scholarship Information

    A free scholarship search site that matches each student's background automatically with eligibility requirements for scholarships from around the country.

    A listing of available college scholarships that is updated monthly.

    A database that is updated regularly, offering current, relevant and accurate information.

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