(offered by knowitall.org which contains videos, games, and all sorts of fun activities)
Career development resources for students, parents and guidance professionals. Job shadowing videos and links to the resources you need–all in one place!
(offered by Tri-County Technical College)
Career Coach is a new online tool designed to help students be even more successful in their career search endeavors.This site helps students explore career options by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training. Students can create a personalized account that enables them to save search results to come back to review later. Career Coach includes a built-in resume builder to help students quickly and efficiently put together an updated resume with key skills and job experience highlighted.
This site is all about teens and the choices to be made with your future. Find some great tools and free resources for exploring careers!
SCOIS (S.C. Occupational Information System)
SCOIS, South Carolina's Official Career Resource Network, is used in all grades K-12 as well as post-secondary institutions and guides users all the way to state and national job openings. Students who use SCOIS can better prepare their Individualized Graduation Plans (IGPs.) This online system requires users to have a password which can be obtained from the Guidance Office or the Media Center. Users have access to several Career Assessments, College Information, Occupational Information, College Major Information, Career Clusters, School Subjects matched to careers, Financial Aid Information, Private Trade Schools, Career Videos, Building and Posting Resumes, Career Electronic Portfolios, Salary and Outlook information on Careers, Lesson Plans for Teachers, Career Guidance Tools for Parents, and much more.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Information
SchoolSoup.com offers a wide range of information for students looking to continue their education beyond high school. The creators of this site began accumulating college and scholarship information in 1988 and developed one of the first computerized scholarship search programs. Students will find information about both private and school sponsored awards along with government grant and loan programs. Even though the scholarship database is large, the search algorithms are designed to provide students with the most relevant scholarships first. In addition to scholarships, this site offers college information, online degree programs, and career school information
College Related, Scholarship & Financial Aid Information:
Commission on Higher Education (Palmetto, Life & Hope Scholarship Info):
Student & Parent Tips:
Seniors will be receiving their academic requirements sheets after the end of the first semester. These forms show individual sixth semester GPAs, courses passed, current courses, courses needed to graduate, and other important graduation information. If you have any questions for concerns regarding this information, please call or email guidance.