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Carolina Parent Education Resource Directory

www.carolinaparent.com

(919) 956-2430

Directories of resources for school selection (boarding schools, charter schools, special needs, preschools etc.), tutoring and academic support and continuing education

College Foundation of North Carolina

www.cfnc.org

866-866-2362

Planning for college tools beginning with Middle School students; have a special section for students with disabilities and non-traditional students. Includes scholarship search function and information on saving for college (529 plan, however, is only for NC residents)

North Dakota University System

www.ndus.nodak.edu

701-328-2960

Resources for students considering attending college in ND- topics include college choices (2 + 4 yr), paying for college, High school/college credit options, college access video

North Dakota Center for Distance Education

www.ndcde.org

701-298-4858

The North Dakota Center for Distance Education (NDCDE) is an accredited, non-profit, distance education school; courses are availble for students in grades 6th-12th; 250 courses available

Ohio Higher Ed

www.ohiohighered.org

(614) 466-6000

Career and college planning resources; paying for college; internships/co-ops information and search; interactive map of Ohio schools; eTutoring; Low cost pathway (e.g. non-traditional college attendance)

Ohio Means Jobs K-12

jobseeker.k-12.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com

1-888-296-7541

Online career exploration websit for students; career interest survey; activities about different career options for all ages; financial literacy tools; resume writing & career tips geared to first time job hunters

OK College Start!

secure.okcollegestart.org

1-800-858-1840

College and career planning; middle school, high school, college and adult learner resrouces; financial aid, grants, scholarships and loan information

Oklahoma Parents as Teachers

www.ok.gov

405-271-7611

Parent education program designed to foster an early partnership between home and school. The program is available for all expectant parents as well as parents with children birth to age three based on the philosophy that parents are their children’s first and most important teachers.

Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion

www.oregonstudentaid.gov

(800) 452-8807

Provides information and help for Oregon students to plan and pay for college, including both traditional and non-traditional students.

Oregon Department of Education

www.ode.state.or.us

(503) 947-5600

Information for student and parents on PreK-college education in Oregon; Resources to Help Me Learn section for students; Listing of school clubs & activities; Test preparation; Career planning; Post high school planning; Family involvement literature; School search; Special Needs information

Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency

www.pheaa.org

1-800-233-0557

College planning and funding opportunities for PA residents; planning for K-12, links to college fairs in PA and printable resources and guides on the college application process and financing

Way to Go RI

secure.waytogori.org

(401) 736-1100

Career, high school, college planning and financial aid information for RI citizens; apply to colleges online; Voices Q&A section for students

KiDOinfo

kidoinfo.com

Online resource providing resources for activities for parents and children; Things to do; Places to go; Ideas by age, group (gifted, developmentally challenged etc). and by season; Directory of resources in state of RI

South Carolina Information Highway-College Financial Aid Directory

www.sciway.net

843-795-3951

A directory of state financial aid programs as well as private resources for NC residents attending college (2 yr/4yr and professional). Includes links to all of the financial aid offices to schools located in SC.

South Carolina Can Go To College (SCANGO)

sccango.org

(803) 737-2260

College planning resources (beginning in elementary school), financial literacy, financial aid information including scholarship search function and resources on how to write a resume and college essay; resources are geared toward both students and parents

Electronic University Consortium (EUC) of South Dakota

www.worldclasseducation.org

1-877-847-8134

The EUC is a single point of contact for information and access to distance education and training available from the six South Dakota public universities; application information, financial aid, virtual library access

South Dakota Educational Directory

doe.sd.gov

605- 773-3134

Online database of Public School Districts, Private Schools, Tribal Schools, cooperative schools, community support providers (tutors, etc.) and alternative learning schools

College for TN

www.collegefortn.org

Career and college planning for TN residents; financial aid information; parent, student and adult learner sections

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