For Middle School Students

Career Guidance WA is a guidance curriculum of 30 lessons per grade for students in Grades 6-12 with program resources for developing the High School and Beyond Plan with tools for the Personalized Pathway Requirement.
The Vault. Learning good financial habits early on is important. WSECU offers The Vault; a free financial literacy curriculum that middle and high school teachers.
Access the Facilitator's Guide and lessons for middle and high school workshops.
College Greenlight is a platform that allows high school counselors and community-based organizations to provide support to their students throughout the college search and application process.
BigFuture by the College Board is a free comprehensive website that improves the college planning process. BigFuture's step-by-step approach makes college planning easier to navigate.
Sponsored by Lumina Foundation, the American Council on Education and the Ad Council
Ready Set Grad is a resource to help ensure every student in Washington State has access to the tools, information, and support they need to graduate high school and make college accessible and affordable. The online tools help students of all ages - from middle schoolers to adult scholars - create their own college plan.
They provide a high-touch, high-tech bilingual educational community to help families get their students into college and beyond. Find free tools, resources and ongoing guidance to help Latinos achieve their educational and career goals. Website is also available in Spanish.
The Washington College Access Network (WCAN) is designed to improve preparation and access to higher education to all students through a network of community organizations.
Edutopia is produced by The George Lucas Educational Foundation, a private operating foundation dedicated to improving the K-12 learning process by documenting, disseminating, and advocating for innovative, replicable, and evidence-based strategies that prepare students to thrive in their future education, careers, and adult lives.

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