A personality test based on Carl Jung's and Isabel Briggs Myers' approach to personality. Results of this test will help you identify careers, colleges, and job training programs most suitable for your personality type.
Jung Typology Test
Knocking at the College Door: Projections of High School Graduates
The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), projects the number of high school graduates in the US from school years 2000-01 through 2031-32. The data are disaggregated by state and region, public and private schools, and race/ethnicity.
A webtool for homeless residents of DC to find shelters, service facilities, and public Wifi located near them.
The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) OnLine has detailed career descriptions for use by students, counselors, job seekers, and others. Counselor resources include the Career Exploration Tools, O*NET OnLine, and OnLine's Skills Search. Students can learn more about a specific occupation from My Next Move or discover occupations suited for them through the Interest Profiler and Work Importance Profiler assessments.
Pathways To Success: Integrating Learning with Life and Work to Increase National College Completion
In 2011, the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance held a hearing and asked experts to address the 1) barriers to access and persistence, 2) best practices, and 3) the role of the federal government in serving nontraditional students.
Pennsylvania Career Zone
This website provides tools and assessments for career exploration and preparation.
DC Public Benefits
DC residents can explore this website to apply for public benefits by DC's Department of Human Services. Benefits include Financial Assistance/TANF, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program/SNAP (formerly known as Food Stamps), and Medical Assistance.
Questions and Answers: Financial Aid and Undocumented Students
The US Department of Education - Federal Student Aid Office compiled this list of questions and answers about federal student aid eligibilty and application for undocumented (Dreamers and DACA) students.
Re-Engagement Center Intake Form
School counselors can use this sample intake form to gather information about student's background, supports needed, and future plans.
Re-Engaging Disconnected Youth in Washington, DC
This excerpt describes local efforts supporting disconnected youth in Washington, DC, including public charter and alternative education programs, GED preparation programs, GED/workforce development blended programs, job training programs, and other programs.