Important Sites to Help Students Succeed

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Arcadia High School Counselor's Website

College Board

The ACT

CSU Mentor

UC Online

NCAA

Princeton Review Counselor-o-Matic

CHOICES

California Career Zone

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California Careers Career resources for California residents.

Career Zone Information about 900 California occupations, day-in-the-life videos for 300 occupations.

Reality Check Find out how much money you will need for your future.

Who Do U Want 2 B Information on California high school and community college courses, career options, and financial assistance. Videos of California Community College graduates sharing their stories.

Roadtrip Nation Video interviews created by college students traveling the coutry in green RVs, from bakers to technology gurus.

Calfornia Colleges.edu Information about more than 200 colleges (public and private) in California.

Job Outlook for California Community College Occupational Education Programs Statewide and local area occupational projections for California Community College programs.

California Training Programs The Emplyment Development Department's Career Center includes information about training programs and providers across California.

Career Voyages -US Dept. of Education and Labor Information on high growth, in-demand occupations and the skills and education needed to attain those jobs.

College Navigator U.S. Dept. of Education. Information about nearly 7,000 postsecondary institutions in the United States.

STEPS School To Employment Pathways System. College and career information from California's Post-secondary Education Commission.

Career Clues Activities designed to help students gather and interpret important information about themselves and what they want from their lives.

Missing Major Interactive, video based site that allows students to create a Personal Profile sheet which will lead them to next steps at their community college's career center or counselor's office.

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