Teens' Guide to College & Career Planning (Paperback)
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Teens' Guide to College & Career Planning
With valuable input from teens, parents, and well-known experts, the Teens' Guide to College & Career Planning knows how to talk to high school students about the important decisions for their plans after graduation.
This user-friendly guide, with updated content by Justin Ross Muchnick (author of Peterson's The Boarding School Survival Guide), enables busy students to focus on the right information for them.
- Am I heading to college?
- What to do with my life?
- What's my career path?
This is Your High School Roadmap to College and Career Success
Whether teens are planning to head to:
- a two-year or four-year college,
- a technical school,
- an apprenticeship,
- the military,
- directly into the workforce
- or even if they are still undecided,
The Teens' Guide to College & Career Planning is where they'll find information on the options available and which ones may best suit their skills, needs and dreams.
About the Author
Justin Ross Muchnick attends Phillips Academy Andover in Massachusetts and is the author of The Boarding School Survival Guide (Peterson's, June 2014) and co-author of Straight-A Study Skills (Adams Media, January 2013). He is the youngest journalist for The Bootleg(R) (http: //stanford.scout.com), Stanford University's sports news website, where he writes articles about college football. A passionate learner, Justin enjoys reading, writing, Latin, and modern American history. He is a varsity wrestler, plays soccer, participates on the Mock Trial team, and works as a campus tour guide. When Justin is not at boarding school, he resides in Newport Beach, California, with his parents and three younger siblings.