Helpful Career Resource links...
- New Market Vocational Skills Center
- Students at FHS can also earn college credits, prepare for the workforce, and earn certificates and licenses. Ask Mr. Bowers about New Market.
- Washington Career Bridge
- Find the education and training you need to get the job you want. Explore careers, view current job trends, and find programs/training.
- Your source for career exploration, training, and jobs: explore careers, find training, job search, and find local help.
- WorkSource WA
- Explore careers and jobs in Washington state, get support with resumes and cover letters, try out the budget calculator, and lots more!
- Internship Programs
- This site is a data base of over 2,800 programs and 200,000 positions where students can locate internships and employers can list internship opportunities.
- College Board for HS Students
- The College Board connects students to college success and opportunity, helping them transition to college through programs and services in college readiness. This site also includes tons of information on SAT tests.
- College Board for Parents/Guardians
- This website is for parents, guardians, relatives, and other adults helping a student plan for college. Sign up to receive emails and texts with college info, advice, and reminders.
- Khan Academy
- Khan Academy offers PSAT and SAT test prep, tailored to your current level, also assists with subject matter study while in school.
- College Knowledge (WA College Access Network)
- Excellent resources and handouts for all HS students with questions regarding college and opportunities after high school.
- ACT test information
- Everything you need to know about the ACT test, including registration, test prep, scores and more!
- FAFSA (opens October 1) - all seniors must complete this at FHS.
- Need money for college? Complete the FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form to apply for financial aid for college, career school, or graduate school.
- NCAA Clearinghouse
- Could you possibly play a sport in college? You need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school. Create a Certification Account and we'll guide you through the process.
- Running Start (CC)
- Centralia College's Running Start Program web page (an option for FHS juniors & seniors)
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- New Market Vocational Skills Center