- Career One Stop: Resource page for careers sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Apprenticeships: This Department of Labor site has information about completing apprenticeships, which is on the job training.
- Excel tutorial: Shows how to do most things in Excel.
- Job Corps: An education and training program for vocational careers. The main office for New Hampshire students is in Boston.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: This is a guide to career information with hundreds of occupations listed and described.
- Resume Templates Free by Industry and Job Title: Provides free templates to create your resume with. The templates are specific for each industry and job title.
- Resume Creation: Tells you how to form a resume and what information you should put in it.
- MyPlan.com: People of any age can explore careers through this free website!
- ziprecruiter.com: Free links and resources including Internships, a salary calculator and much more!
- Common App: 900 colleges and universities accept the Common App. Fill out one application and send it to each school you wish to apply to. (check this site to see if your school of choice accepts the Common App)
- College Affordability Guide: Guide to affordable, not-for-profit colleges
- College Board: A non-profit website that guides students through college and university options.
- Department of Education College Scorecard: Find out about colleges: their programs, costs, admissions, results, and more.
- Federal Student Aid: This site was formerly College.gov, but now is called Federal Student Aid. It provides information about applying to college, being eligible for student aid, and managing your loans.
- FAFSA Application: This application is part of the Federal Student Aid webpage.
- Financial Aid Guide: A step-by-step guide to the process of receiving Financial Aid
- Guide to Online Schools: Information about online schools including degree, tuition, rankings, and accreditation.
- New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation: Resources and information for NH parents and students
- Scholarships: A search engine for different available scholarships
- Scholarship America: Scholarships open to employees and families of sponsoring companies as well as general public.
- Tuition Funding Sources: A private service that helps students find funding for college.
- UNCF: Scholarships, programs, internships and fellowships website.
- US News and World Report’s College Rankings: Provides education ranking so parents and students can find the perfect schools.
- Homeless Youth and Higher Education: The National Center for Homeless Education helps provide homeless youth with educational supports to achieve their goals of attending college .
- USA.gov: Considering joining the military? This site contains information on the individual requirements for different branches of the armed forces.
- Military.com: This site provides resources to potential recruits, active military members, and retired veterans.
- TodaysMilitary.com: The United States Department of Defense created this website as a resource to parents and students curious about serving in the military.
This list was accurate at the time of publication. Web sites often change names or simply disappear. Companies go out of business and new sites are created all the time. We hope this list is helpful even if it is somewhat out-of-date by the time you read it.