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My Future
Planning for the future can seem a little scary. What if you’re struggling just to graduate from high school? What if you’re not sure what you want to be when you grow up? Is college right for you? How will you pay for it? What if your family isn’t able to help you? We have some resources to help.
1) Plan Your Future.
Start dreaming about your career today.

Maybe you've always been a genius with computers. Or maybe you enjoy drawing cars or designing clothes? Earn money doing what you love! It's never too early to thinking about your future.

Click here to start planning your future.

 
2) Finish School.
Get your high school diploma or GED.

A high school education is so important when it comes to your future. On average, high school graduates earn $175 more per week than dropouts. It's more important than ever to get a high school diploma.

Click here to get help to stay in school and finish.

 
3) Make Your Move!
Start college or your career.
Want to go to college? There's help. Not sure if college is right for you? No worries. You can find a solid job that doesn't require a traditional four-year college education. Click on the buttons below to learn more about heading to college, or getting a job out of high school.
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