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Mintz Christian Academy
Created by God to be used by God.
2741 Mintz Road, Roseboro, NC 28382
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Career Coaching for Students - This program helps students who haven’t yet found their passion or determined their major. Workshops, one-on-one coaching, or parent led sessions can help your child explore potential careers through career-matching assessments.
Take the Career Key test for $7.95.
Online free career interest inventory with 100 questions; $24.95 to get a premium report and $39.95 to get a deluxe report…lots of advertising.
A free service that tells students which colleges are interested in them before they apply. It not only helps set realistic expectations, but also broadens students’ awareness of college opportunities.
Links to thousands of career reference sites, organized geographically, alphabetically and by job family.
and christianconnector.com For high school students, giving them valuable information concerning Christian higher education.
A comprehensive Christian college search which allows students to search exclusively for NACCAP and CCCU member colleges and universities. Provides resources in the areas of college search, financial aid, application process, campus life, careers, and majors.
ecampusTours.com Take virtual tours of 1,200 colleges and universities
Helps students explore the best postsecondary schools for their needs.
Admissions.com Offers parents and educators useful tools, tips and information about the college admissions process.
anycollege.com Utilize this college and university search tool to discover the school of your dreams based on criteria you select, such as location, school type, degree programs offered, religious affiliation, and available sports programs.
This site by the testmaker ACT is designed for young adults, ages 15-25, with tools and tips to help in college and career planning.
This site provides general information on all aspects of the college selection process. It has a good explanation of the financial aid process, tips on getting recruited by coaches, advice on writing the essay, and SAT and ACT strategies.
This is a site originally developed by Loren Pope and his team who research which colleges are found to be “colleges that change lives” based on Pope’s book of the same name.
Whatwilltheylearn.com Find out the answer to the question, “When I head off to college, what will I learn?” This site helps you get behind the glitz of websites, and glossy marketing literature.
Free interactive college admissions planning program created by the National Research Center for college and university admissions.
This site provides information for preparing, selecting and then paying for college.
This site provides a variety of tools to help you plan for the future including career information.
This site will lead you to a variety of Christian colleges.
Good sites for searching Christian colleges.
This site provides a good college search and comparisons.
Ranks high schools, colleges, universities, graduate schools, financial aid, and testing.
Comprehensive (search/apply/financial aid/testing)
This site offers information on the PSAT, SAT, SAT I & IIs, & AP tests. You can also sign up to get an SAT question of the day emailed to you. There are 5 focuses on the site: College Board tests (information, dates, registration, sending scores); planning for college, college search, apply to college (online application and advice about essays) and paying for college (including a financial aid estimator, scholarship search and CSS Profile).
This site offers loads of information on the Explore, PLAN, & ACT. It is also a great source for college financial aid research.
Helps you conduct a college search, qualify for college admission, find financial aid, and apply for a student loan.
This site offers scholarship search along with providing college resources.
This site gives loads of general information about the entire process and offers a recruiting service. It contains a wealth of resources and references. There are four focuses: research, SAT & ACT tests, applications and paying for college including a financial aid estimator and scholarship search. It provides brief descriptions of “The Best 351 Colleges.” They also have their prep courses of which they encourage you to take.
Guides you through finding and choosing a college, paying for it, and much more
Research, apply and finance
This is an excellent free scholarship search data base.
This site offers good and up to date advice about student loans.
FinAid is a guide to understanding the various types of financial aid available and provides calculators to help you estimate how much money you will need for college. There is also a “Financial Aid to Do List” to help you get organized. This also provides Title IV and Profile codes, needed as you complete the financial aid forms. This website also contains a great deal of useful information about the financial aid process and types of aid available.
This site offers scholarships by category.
If you register with FastWeb, this service will email you with scholarships that match your criteria. One of the most up to date scholarship data bases, and is completely free!
This site is the home of the “world’s largest and oldest private sector scholarship database,” the culmination of 25 years of research. It’s updated constantly.
This site contains over 2,000 sources of scholarships, grants, and fellowships for college & university students. It also provides information on internships and much more.
t The Financial Aid Resource Center provides a free newsletter and offers discussions on financial aid concerns.
These are for-profit organizations that have user-friendly sites offering lots of helpful information about planning for the cost of college, as well as information about types of loans and repayment schedules.
The Federal Trade Commission Scholarship Scam generates a list of suspicious scholarship opportunities. Note that if it seems too good to be true, it is.
This is FAFSA on the web (the free financial aid form required by all colleges). You will need to acquire a PIN and you can apply for the “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” online. You & your parents must fill out the FAFSA form ASAP after January 1 of your senior year.
If you are interested in ROTC scholarships, visit the following websites that will provide you with the necessary application materials and a list of the participating colleges and universities:
Air Force: ; Army: ; Navy and Marines:
Eligibilitycenter.org Visit this site by the end of your junior year to complete the NCAA Initial-Eligibility form, a requirement for student athletes interested in playing Division I or II sports.
National Collegiate Athletic Association: Official Web site for the NCAA
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics: Official Web site of the NAIA
Helps student athletes search for schools and scholarships and allows your profile to be viewed by coaches. You will receive updates on which schools have viewed your profile.
Scholar Athlete Information: A matching service for student athletes
University Sports Program specializes in helping student athletes contact college coaches.
Find over 760 colleges and universities that do not use the SAT or ACT to admit a substantial numbers of students.
This site gives information about all Kaplan services including area SAT & ACT prep classes.
If you are considered a “gap” year between high school and college, check out gapyear.com, and .
Liveabove.com You can search for all college campus ministries at this site.
A free test of Christian character, love for God, spiritual gifts, obstacles to growth, worldview, and other tests as well.
Take the short “mymajors” quiz and find your “best fit” college majors.
Collegesupplement.com College applicant’s online multimedia supplement that enables your application to stand out during the application process.