With everything moving online to distance learning some students might feel unsure of what to do next. 

Will college be in person or online when you are ready to start? 

Has the pandemic changed your priorities or your thoughts about what is next?

The library has many resources that can help you to research options and make a well informed decision. 

Already decided on College, now need to choose which one, or want to look into Financial Aid?

Visit our Beyond High School page for information on choosing and applying to college, financial aid, scholarships and more.

Checkout the eAudiobook Where you go is not who you‘ll be an antidote to the college admissions mania for some insight on college choices.

Looking at the Military? Need to study for the ASVAB? The library has resources to help.

Thinking about a Gap Year? Here are some eBooks to check out:

Is getting a job or starting a career your plan? We have resources that can help with that.

Our Beyond High School page provides some great resources on vocational training. 

You can learn more about a variety of careers, including Police Officer, Healthcare Professional, Teacher or Nurse with eBooks found on LearningExpress Library Database. 

Interviewing tips, Resume and Cover letter samples, Job and Career Apps can be found on the Employment Resource Center page of our website

employment center

Also, the Occupational Outlook Handbook can be found on the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics site listed on the Employment Resource Center page. There you can find job summaries, educational requirements as well as pay information.