College & Career Corner

Online Sources of Occupational Information Online Sources of Career Information in addition to Naviance

www.apsva.us/college-career-corner/  

Bigfuture.collegeboard.org – Career search and information by The College Board

Careeronestop.org – Assessments, career information and videos by the Dept of Labor

Data.virginialmi.com – “Career Guide 4 Virginia” by the Virginia Employment Commission

educationplanner.org – Assessments, career  planning, cluster and career search

I-am-the-one.com – Career search and exploration

www.knowitall,Cetus.org/careeraisle    Career cluster videos

Mappingyourfuture.org – “Making High School Count” guide ; Careership: career exploration

Mycareerplaybook.com

Mynextmove.org – Interest inventories & career search by Dept. of Labor

Miproximopaso.org – Career search and information in Spanish

Onetonline.org – Career search and info on career clusters by the Dept. of Labor

Vawizard.org – Interest, skill & value assessments, career search 

College Preparation and College Search

Act.org – College and career planning ” The Path to Success”

BigFuture.collegeboard.org – College search by name, location, major; info on campus visits, Why college?, college planning, paying for college, videos

Careeronestop.org – How to apply to colleges

I-am-the-one.com – College search,financial aid & scholarship info by State Council of Higher Education for Virginia  Imfirst.org – College search and advice for first generation college students

Knowhow2go.acenet.edu – College planning & financial aid info (American Council on Education)

My college options.org – College search information

College Financial Aid Information

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website: https://fafsa.ed.gov/

What exactly is PPY

PPY stands for prior-prior year, and references the tax information students use to fill out the FAFSA. Currently, the form requires tax data from the previous year. Starting in October 2016, students will complete the FAFSA using tax information from two years prior to their anticipated college entrance date. For example, a high school senior planning to enroll in college in fall 2017 would file the FAFSA using tax data from 2015.