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Web Resources for College and Careers


 Listed below are a few of our favorite websites for college and career planning.



This is the site for The College Board, the company that administers the SAT I, SAT II and AP exams.  In addition to testing information and testing sign-up,  they have general college information, a good college search site and financial aid.  You can download applications, compare schools and get information about different majors.


These sites provide a variety of services and information but all include a college search option which allows you to develop a list of colleges that fit your criteria.  I would visit more than one and see which you prefer.

Here you will find extensive information on individual colleges, ratings and a college search capability.

This site gives information about California Community Colleges.

Here you will find specific information about the College of Marin.

This is the site for Santa Rosa Community College.

CSU Mentor is the place to start for information on all of the California State University (CSU) campuses.  Online applications are available here.

This is the site for the University of California system campuses, including online applications.

This site includes information on the private colleges in California.

This site offers a college matching process, and allows for downloading applications and applying online including tech schools.

The Marin Education Fund is a local agency which provides educational counseling and grants.


The Regional Occupational Program (ROP) provides classes in a variety of subjects.

This site lists free services for job seekers and jobs available in the North Bay Area.

Available only through the SRHS Career Center, this site lists technical programs through the US.

The licensing bureau allows you to search for programs in California by city, county or field of study.

This site provides a national listing of vocational and technical programs.

This site allows you to see the career, vocational and technical offerings at the California community college campuses. 






Union sponsored apprenticeships are listed on this site with trade specific job information.


Information for high achieving, low income students on special consideration by competetive colleges.


Information on schools who give more money to internatinal students.


Both sites provide an overview of financial aid, an estimator of family contribution and scholarship information.

Allows you to plug in your family's income information to estimate what amount of financial aid you might be eligible for.

Online scholarship search is the specialty of this site.  Register your interests and get email all year about scholarships that pertain to you.

Fill out the FAFSA online and register for your PIN at the same time.

There is a very good section on financial aid and scholarships.

This site has a large scholarship database and advise for ways to pay for college

At this site you can complete the FAFSA online and register for your PIN  at the same time.



The Marin Education Fund holds financial aid workshops and helps in the search for scholarships.


Scholarship search


Scholarship search


Scholarship search


Scholarship search


Our user name is 0010090 and the password is “bulldogs”.   This extensive site helps you identify skills and occupations that might be of interest to you.  It provides extensive information on specific jobs.

The federal government’s Occupational Outlook Handbook has detailed information about occupations and predicts the outlook for a wide range of occupations.

Available only through the SRHS Career Center, this site lists technical programs through the US.

Search this site for internships across the country.


This site provides information on job workshops and employment opportunities in Marin.

Monster is a private internet job listing site which lists jobs all over the country.



Bay Area jobs are listed here.

Internship search


Careers/majors that relate


Go to the Youth section for information on local services for teens.