Looking for a job now? Check here to see what jobs you can do as a teen.
Remember, you can take the free local bus to West Lebanon if you get a job there!
Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
Look up careers to see what they pay, how to become one, job outlook, and more information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How to Choose the Career Path That's Right for You
Find a career path that you will love using three questions: "What's important to me?" "What do I want next?" "What should I do now?"
Search for companies and job titles to see real reviews from employees who work a position you're interested in at a specific company.
Explore jobs and check out the "Bright Outlook" to see what jobs are expected to grow rapidly in the next several years, will have large numbers of job openings, or are new and emerging occupations.
Helps students transition to college with programs and services.
Official SAT Preparation
Khan Academy's free SAT preparation created in partnership with the College Board. They have tons of study material, a tailored plan for you, and more.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Apply for free financial aid from the government for college.
Federal Student Aid
Learn about financial aid for college.
Look for scholarships to help pay for college.
Generally only a few months long, with job placement after you finish. Prices range but are generally from $10,000 - $15,000. Check out our Coding page to get a head start!
Be your own boss and provide services that you like to do or goods that you like to create.
There are plenty of jobs that you can get without having a college degree. Ask a librarian for help in searching the internet to find these types of jobs. They include firefighting, mail carrier, emergency medical technician (EMT), Peace Corps. See here for a list.