College / Career Resources
Senior Sessions 2020/2021
• Financial Aid 101 (VSAC presentation)
Here are 2 options for comparing financial aid award letters:
- JUNIOR COLLEGE NIGHT presentation from 1/26/21
- Senior Calendar
- College Application Checklist
- Transcript Release Form
- Request for MMU Teacher Recommendation
- Junior Calendar
- Naviance Student
- Scholarships (Active scholarships can be found on Naviance)
- College Visits (Visit information located on the Student Services calendar and in Naviance )
- Common Application Website
- Vermont Dual Enrollment Program
- VT State Colleges Pathways for High School Students
- Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- VSAC Scholarships for Vermonters for 2021-2022. Submission deadline has passed.
College Testing Information
PSAT/ACT/SAT We are offering all 11th graders the opportunity to take the SAT on a school day. It will be held on Tuesday, April 13th. See main Student Services webpage for details.
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Career Resource Links
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Burlington Technical Center
- Center for Technology, Essex
- Hannaford Career Center (Adult Education in VT)
- Lincoln Technical Institute
- Northern Vermont AHEC (Area Health Education Center)
- Vermont Department of Labor
- Vermont HITEC (Healthcare & Information Technology Education Center)
- VSAC (Vermont Student Assistance Corp)
- Vermont Works for Women
- VYCC (Vermont Youth Conservation Corps)
MedQuest 2020: Hands-on health careers exploration for 10th grade students from northern and central Vermont interested in careers in medicine & health science.
Husky Summer Institute: High school Juniors and Seniors: Do you want to begin your career in Advanced Manufacturing through a PAID internship with a top employer? Husky Summer Institute could be perfect for you! Visit Vermont HITEC for more information and to apply.
Career Related Testing
ASVAB Career Exploration Program: The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) is not just "that Military test".
While the results of the ASVAB can be used by students interested in military service, it is much more than a military program. Test results are NOT released to recruiters.
Students that take the ASVAB are provided a full spectrum of career opportunities regardless of gender, ethnicity, or ability level and can explore occupations in line with their interests and skills as well as develop effective strategies to realize their career goals.
Students in grades 10-12 that are interested in taking the test should contact their school counselor.