Determining your education journey after high school can be difficult
Question The Quo is here to help you understand there's more than one path to your future career. From career and technical education to four-year college, it's important to know your options and choose the one that's right for you.
Unsure where to begin? Here are some resources to get you started.
BigFuture by College Board | Visit the Website
BigFuture helps students connect their interests and passions to potential education and career pathways.
My Next Move: A Tool from the U.S. Department of Labor | Visit the Website
My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. My Next Move has tasks, skills, salary information and more for over 900 different careers.
Estimate Your College Costs | Visit the Website
Understanding the true cost to attend college is an important part of the college decision. We've gathered several free tools to help students make informed decisions about which schools could be a good fit for them.
Opportunities Guide and Workbook | Visit the Website
The Opportunities Guide provides resources and worksheets to help you choose the right college, understand admissions, identify financial aid and more.
Career and technical education programs are designed to meet the needs of employers while providing pathways to lifelong learning and family-sustaining careers, often taught through hands-on learning and on-the-job experience.
Finding the right college that supports your career goals and personal interests is an important part of long-term success. Use this worksheet to help you decide which education pathway might be the best fit for you.
All students can achieve success, regardless of their immigration status. We've gathered some resources to help guide you through the process of accessing and succeeding in college as an undocumented student.
In this changing economy, skills and qualifications obtained through education beyond high school are becoming more important for earning a family-wage job. We have gathered some resources to help guide you through the process of accessing and succeeding in college as a student living with a disability in the United States.
Early preparation is the key to helping homeschooled students succeed in the college admissions process. This information can help you understand what you can do to best prepare.
Congratulations on making the decision to go to college—now it's time to pick a school. Our resource guide details common factors to consider when beginning your search.
Making the decision to go to college requires thought and careful planning. You must consider your goals in life—both educational and personal—and then decide how college might help you achieve those goals. Our resource guide provides you some of the benefits of completing a college degree to help you weigh your options.
Exploring Career Options | Download
This flyer on exploring career options provides a step-by-step guide to help you find a career that matches your skills, interests and income requirements. Use our career path worksheet to identify careers based on your interests.
Saving for Education | Download
Define your short-, medium- and long-term goals in order to have a better idea of how much money you will need to save to reach those goals
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