College Resources For Teens
The purpose of our site is to give teens like you as many resources as possible to help you make informed decisions for your future. Your future could be anything from volunteer opportunities to help you gain the skills you need for a job to job finding advice to college resources.
For this reason we’ve taken the time to scour the Web to find some sites that might be of use to you when searching for a college. These resources cover everything from college applications, to finding the right college for the career you’re looking to have, to information for those of you who are considering studying internationally.
So, take a few moments to look at what we’ve found. Read the descriptions and then visit the suggested site if you think it will contain the information you’re looking for.
Foundation for Independent Education www.fihe.org
A site that will give you all the information you need if you’re considering going after your post-secondary education through a private college or university.
Residential College Information http://collegiateway.org/reading/
Information about residential colleges all over the United States. Features articles, opinions and other important or useful information.
Student Market http://www.studentmarket.com/
A place where you can buy almost any textbook that you need for a relatively affordable price. Also lets you buy things to furnish your dorm room or apartment, as well as a variety of other unique items.
Study Abroad http://www.studyabroad.com/
A great resource for anyone interested in studying in a country other than your own. You can search by subject to find out which cities worldwide offer the topics you’re interested in studying. Or you can search by country or city to find out what colleges are available. Academic program searches are also available.
Practice SATs http://www.testprep.com/
SATs can be challenging and stressful. Help yourself prepare for these important tests by trying the practice tests on this site. Requires a membership.
This site features all sorts of stories that have appeared in college newspapers all over the world.