8.  Planning

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 Plan - Additional Education

Things  You Should Consider In Your Planning

Compare "community colleges", as well as colleges and universities What do they cost ?  Compare loans and financial plans 529 plansExplore SallieMae Student Loans, find scholarships and don't overlook scholarships for related costs?  (A scholarships link is www.scholarships.com, and all of it services are free.) More scholarships and scholarship information can be found on the CAP Center

 Campus Explorer gives a timeline according to your grade level, and excellent  tools, such as calculators, essay tips and samples, and college rankings.  If you want to get started in your general planning, "College Planning Calendars" is a great place to start.  If you want to create your own timeline for the career path you have chosen, then  "Resume Timeline Career Path PowerPoint Templatemay be a good format for your planning.  Using an outline format, a free online editor such as Google or Microsoft, is a marvelous tool for listing the steps you need to achieve your goals.  The best site improving your resume is a blog site called uptowork.com.  Another outstanding choice is Wise Mapping, an online mind mapping program.

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