Parents and guardians play an important role in helping teens get ready for life after high school. We’ve gathered resources and tools to help guide you.
Discovering a career is a driving force as students make decisions about their future. Use these resources to motivate your child to think about their career goals and the multiple pathways they can take to reach them.
Knowing what colleges are looking for can help you and your child plan their high school years.
Can your child afford to go to college? The answer is yes, but you need to carefully plan together how to pay for it. We have resources to help guide you through that process.
See which steps to take and when to take them to help your child plan for life after high school based on their current grade level.
No essay, no minimum GPA or test score, or citizenship requirements. Encourage your child to follow the steps for chances to win.
Student Search Service™ helps colleges and scholarship programs find students. Encourage your child to sign up, it’s free and easy. Remind them to add parent information to their College Board account so you can also opt in to receive these college and scholarship opportunities.
Bring your family and join us for a series of free virtual community events where career experts and college reps answer your questions about planning for life after high school.
Real Talk is a career and college exploration initiative designed to connect Black students and families with Black professionals and representatives from colleges and access organizations across the country.
Solicitar ingreso a la universidad es un momento emocionante y, a veces, estresante en la vida de los estudiantes.