The following links will take you away from the Red Creek Guidance website. These sites should not be used in place of working with the guidance office but will assist you as you consider career choice.
These sites are not maintained by the school district and therefore we do not regulate their content.
Searching for Colleges
The Princeton Review-students can take a career quiz as well as find information about colleges and majors.
Petersons Guide to 4 and 2 year College-Large searchable database of most US colleges. Search by college name, major or perform a very specific search by cost, sport, etc.
Career Zone-NYS Department of Labor site for students where you can assess your interest and then compare to a list of occupations. Also includes information about workforce and employment trends in NYS.
Education World-Exploring careers and majors. Site that is good for a variety of issues from career choice to financial aid.
Occupation Outlook Handbook-US Department of Laborís most comprehensive guide to careers.
Student Jobs-Resource for students seeking positions with the US Government includes internships.
Socionics.com-Find out your personality type based on the MBTI. Helpful learning about your best for a career area, how you work with others and fields to avoid.
Money for College
NYS Grants and Scholarships - Links to all the grants and scholarships for NYS residents includes Lottery Scholarship information.
Wired Scholar.com Assistance with all aspects of college planning including SAT/ACT preparation.
FAFSA US Financial Aid Site. Register for a PIN and apply online. A great deal of information for parents who are working with financial aid.
Scholarships for Majors-look up scholarships based on what you want to go to school for.
Fast Web-Input data which will allow fastweb to seek out scholarships that you are qualify for.
Fresch-Free scholarship search, not a nice looking site, but it does a good search and you don't have to register with them.
NYS 529 College Savings Plan - Online assistance to tax free saving for college education.
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