DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CAREER AND EDUCATION PLANNING
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LOCAL RESOURCES - EDUCATOR CORNER
Getting Students Ready for
College & Jobs!
|Did you know that certified automotive technicians can make $100,000 per year, executive chefs can earn $84,000 annually, and that it's not uncommon for some Web site designers to earn $78,000 per year? Where do students learn the skills and gain the valuable hands-on experience required for these and many other high-paying professions? The answer is simply, "in any of American Samoa's career/technical education programs."|
These valuable links will assist educators in helping their students. Educators can help students pick careers that fit their interests and guide them on their educational path.
Educators, help your students find the path they should follow for their ultimate success!
Facilitator Guide for 7th Graders - Palau College Access [PDF]
Facilitator Guide for High School Seniors - Palau College Access [PDF]
General Teacher's Guide for 10th & 11th Grade Teachers - [PDF]
FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
SchoolCounselor.com - Advancing technological literacy among Counselors & Educators
Worthy of Note is a weekly collection of articles on educational technology. Find information on the cost of college in the August 24, 2011 issue and information about online and blended learning in the August 10, 2011 issue.
Student Aid on the
This portal is your source for free information from the US Department of Education on preparing for and funding education beyond high school.
Free US Department
This is the order page for free publications for middle and high school levels on College Preparation from the US Department of Education.
StudentAid.ed.gov is a Student Aid website sponsored by the Federal Government. It contains information about paying for college, college admission, selecting the right school for you and much more.
Commerce & Information Technology Lesson Plans contain career planning information.
Disclaimer:Though there are links to many useful external resources from this website, the Department of Education
assumes no responsibility for the views and information contained on those external websites.