College & Career Resources
Starting in Freshman year, the school counseling department works with students to help them identify their strengths, interests, and potential career fields. Counselors utilize a number of different resources, including personality assessments, to help students learn about themselves and the world around them.
Listed below are a number of resources available to you for home research.
Click on the Career Tab and explore a bit. You can take personality tests, watch videos of professionals in various fields, and find out all sorts of information about different jobs!
By following this link you will be directed to the New Jersey School Counselor Association's website which has an enormous amount of information and resources for you, including "what can I do with a major in...?"
NJ Colleges and Universities
A comprehensive collection of information on Colleges and Universities in New Jersey. If you prefer a hard copy book, come to the counseling department and pick up your copy today.
College Planning for Students with Learning Disabilities
There are colleges for all types of learners. If you or your child has a learning disability, here is some helpful information for making the transition to college. Speak with your counselor to find out about colleges and universities that cater to students with learning disabilities.
Rutgers University Career Resources
Interested in attending the State University of New Jersey? Check here for some helpful tools to help shape your major.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
One of the most comprehensive collections of career data, the OOH has a wealth of information on nearly every job. You can find out what level of education is needed for a profession, what you can do with a specific college major, what the average starting salary is, and what the projected demand will be in that career field.