Students - Career and Educational Planning

ACT's college search
Provides a quick search of databases of colleges, and is updated daily.

America's Career InfoNet
Contains career information such as occupational videos, career resource library, job bank and more.

America's Job Bank
Provides job and career resources.

Career Cruising
Provides a one-stop site for intuitive and entertaining academic and career planning. Includes videos, career assessments, resume builders, and college information.

Career One Stop
Offers a search for schools, career assessments, financial aid, and more.
Provides information on jobs as well as career information.

Financial Aid Need Estimator
Helps students plan more effectively to meet college costs. The Financial Aid Need Estimator calculates both family contribution and costs at specific institutions.

Free Online Career Assessments
Free Online assessments and tests for educational and career planning

Job Accommodation Network
Provides referral services related to job accommodations and technical assistance on disability legislation. Contact this service of the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy at (800) 526.7234 (Voice/TTY) or 800-ADA-WORK (Voice).

Mapping Your Future
Provides free college, career, financial aid, and financial literacy services for students, families, and schools.

Michigan's Career Portal
Provides a bridge to state and national employment, career, education, training, and business resources and services to assist in smart career and business decisions.

Michigan's Department of Rehabilitation
Provides employment and self-sufficiency assistance to individuals with disabilities.

National Career Development Association
Links to the National Career Development Association.

O*Net Center
Serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.