High School to Career Resources
Choosing a career pathway in high school can determine the route your student takes when they graduate high school. Encourage your student to set a career plan in high school that can lead them to their dream job.
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Free practice exercises, videos, and a personalized learning dashboard for kindergarten to college
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The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the largest mathematical society in the world that focuses on mathematics for students, faculty, professional mathematicians, and all who are interested in the mathematical sciences; that is, mathematics at the undergraduate level.
Find your interests in the Texas Career Check Interest Profiler
View high school endorsement areas and how they connect to careers
Learn about the 300 plus programs across the Alamo Colleges, grouped into 6 institutes.
This newspaper encourages students to create a graduation plan based on learning styles, personal interests and future goals. This tabloid is based on the 16 career clusters and lays out graduation plans for Texas Students.
Find useful tools identifying career clusters and what careers match your skills. Students can also watch career videos, look up hot jobs for the future, and perform career searches on what interests them.
Explore a collection of videos of many different careers. Videos include career details such as tasks, work settings, education needed, and more.
Lots of students are just figuring out things in middle and high school. Have your student take this fun quiz to help them think about what they’re interested in and what they’re good at.
Find a new career based on past jobs and skills
The Succeed at Work – Flyer Quick overview of a successful employee that businesses will want to hire and keep balance
This site guides students with tips and industry specific interview
The Department of Defense provides high schools with the Career Exploration Program for students considering the military
Financial Awareness Resources
Social and Emotional Support Resources
This guide has been put together to help student and their parents better understand their rights and responsibilities in regard to a postsecondary education. You will also find useful tips and information for locating the college or university program that best suits your needs.
This guide offers resources for student mental health, including how to deal with anxiety, depression and drug abuse.
NCLD provides information and resources for people with learning disabilities (LD), their parents and families to learn more about their specific diagnosis and ways to succeed in school, the workplace and elsewhere.