The US Department of Education - Federal Student Aid Office provides this list of Federal Student Aid resources. The resources inlcude videos, infographics, publications, fact sheets, worksheets, and presentations produced in both English and Spanish.
Federal Student Aid Resources for the 2017-18 FAFSA
Formal Email Template
This template provides an example of how to write a formal email letter.
Greater Washington D.C. Emergency Services Directory
The Greater Washington D.C. Emergency Services Directory is an online database of service providers for residents of DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Services include clothing, shelters, medical treatment, education, financial assistance, food, housing, and others.
Research from the University of Pennsylvania's Positive Psychology Center identified the importance of grit for measuring perseverance and student outcomes. Students can take this 10-question assessment to learn where they fall along the Grit Scale.
Guide to Financial Aid for Psychology Students
This guide presents an overview of scholarships, grants, and other types of financial aid resources available for psychology students.
DC Health Link
The DC Health Link tool connects individuals, families, employees, and small business in DC with health insurance.
Help wanted: Projections of job and education requirements through 2018, 2010
This report presents national forecasts of jobs and education in the US in five sections: 1) an inventory of the 2008 recession, 2) projections of educational demand by 2018, 3) projections of educational demand by occupation, 4) projections of educational demand by industry, and 5) the relationships between education, wages, and occupational choice.
How Do I Pay for College?
This packet identifies the various types of financial aid resources, explains the steps to completing the FAFSA, describes the DC Tuition Assistance Program, and lists common scholarship opportunities and resources available for students residing in the District of Columbia.
Increasing College Opportunity for Low-Income Students: Promising Models and a Call to Action, 2014
The Executive Office of the President and the Department of Education engaged with leading experts to identify the barriers to increasing college opportunity and helping and encouraging low-income students to apply, enroll, and succeed in college. They identified four key areas of work to promote college opportunity:
• Connecting more low-income students to colleges where they can succeed and encouraging completion
• Increasing the pool of students preparing for college
• Reducing inequalities in college advising and test preparation
• Seeking breakthroughs in remedial education
This website provides tools for interviewing and applying directly to jobs online.