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    Do I want college as part of my career plan?

  • Scholarship Opportunity

    Getting ready for college or career school can be easier than you think. Start by defining your goals and interests, understanding college costs, and planning financially and academically. Prepare for College | Federal Student Aid

  • Eastside Pathways

    An infographic on the importance of college education. This was developed by Federal Student Aid and answers the question "Why Go to College?"

  • Susan Davalos

    College Inforgraphic: Why go to college? and Can I get a good job now?; Income differences between no high school dimploma to a college degree from the Bureau of Labor Statistics

  • Letty

    Why go to college? Here’s a simple equation: a college or career school education = more money, more job options, and more freedom. As you can see,

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