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Oregon GEAR UP Resources
Oregon GEAR UP Promising Practices
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High School Counseling
How To Plan
Oregon College Cash Campaign: host a series of events to help seniors pay for college
Oregon College Application Week
Toolkit with step-by-step checklists to plan intentional and successful college visits.
Oregon State University
Toolkit with activities and strategies to help students of all ages explore college fit.
Toolkit with resources to create a functional and comfortable College & Career Center.
3 ways to mentor students
College readiness can start in elementary school.
College and career readiness classes for all grades
Online mentoring between high school and college students.
One-stop shop with info about college for Oregon students.
College & Career Carnival for middle school students
How To Apply
Senior Year Checklist
High School Activities
Scholarships For College
It's A Plan: Senior Year Checklists | Text messages, Facebook posts, monthly checklists and more to help seniors get to college!
High School Counseling
Get students and parents through the senior year - monthly checklists and communication tools for educators, parents and students! It's A Plan! Senior Year Checklists | Oregon GEAR UP
Oregon GEAR UP - resources for students, parents and educators.
Homeschool High School
Dreaming Of You
Could Your Facebook Posts Hurt Your Chances of Getting Into Your Dream School?
College Nights in Oregon - Happens every November in locations across the state. Get information and advice on applications, scholarships, and financial aid.
University Of Oklahoma
USA TODAY's College Guide 2014, powered by The Princeton Review!
Birthday Girl Meme
FirstGenerationStudent.com | Help for First-Gen College Students
College Savings Plans
Saving For College
The Minnesota Office of Higher Education has a wealth of free, downloadable publications and information on the college planning process.
Get Ready program - curriculum and lesson plans for 5th-12th grades from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education
From the Minnesota Office of Higher Education - curriculum and workbooks for 5th-8th graders! Get Ready helps prepare students and families from underrepresented populations with college planning, academic assistance, & information on career and higher education options.
Financial Aid For College
Types Of Education
Importance Of Time Management
Get-Into-College Checklist from UPromise by Sallie Mae
Countdown to College: 21 To Do Lists for High School: Step-By-Step Strategies for 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Graders 2nd Edition: Valerie Pierce, Cheryl Rilly: 9780965608688: Amazon.com: Books