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Resources

CareerOneStop

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and a proud partner of the American Job Center network, CareerOneStop resource is designed to help you find career, technical training, and local resources.

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Vital Link

Vital Link is a unique business and education partnership program designed to give FWISD students and their teachers the opportunity to gain real world work experience and apply the skills learned at school to the workplace.

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Con Mi MADRE

Con Mi MADRE is a two-generation organization that empowers young Latinas and their mothers through education and support services that increase preparedness, participation, and success in post-secondary education.

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Texas OnCourse

Texas OnCourse is a state-funded initiative to improve college and career readiness. This resource is built by educators and teachers to guide students on navigating post-high school — a great place to go if you are just starting in college or searching for specific resources.

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Upward Bound

Upward Bound provides fundamental support to participants in their preparation for college entrance. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their precollege performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits.

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eCampusTours

eCampusTours allows you to do a tour of a campus without having to physically visit. There are over 1,000 colleges showcased on this site.

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The College Visit Journal

A guided resource journal for campus visits specifically created for college-bound students. This book encourages students to weigh the considerations of each campus using ratings, scales, checkboxes, questions and includes helpful resources for the admissions process.

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The Common Application

This site allows you to apply for more than one school at a time. You can explore nearly 900 colleges and universities.

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211.org

211 is a vital service that connects millions of people to local resources, including but not limited to health clinics, food, housing assistance, and employment.

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Education and Tips for Parents

This spreadsheet includes a list of local organizations that provide education and tips for parenting.

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Employment Assistance

This spreadsheet includes a list of local organizations that specialize in employment assistance.

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Financial Assistance

This spreadsheet includes a list of local places and organizations that provide financial support.

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Food Pantry Distribution Sites

This spreadsheet includes a compiled list of local food pantry locations.

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O.P.E.N. Doors

O.P.E.N. Doors and Fort Worth ISD strive to ensure a successful educational experience for students in homeless situations by collaborating with parents, school personnel, and community resources to remove barriers, provide academic oppurtunities, and promote a healthy sense of self.

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Mental / Medical Resources

This spreadsheet provides a list of local organizations that provide resources for families in Tarrant County.

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To-Go Meals

This spreadsheet includes a compiled list of local places and organizations that serve to-go meals.

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Trinity Metro + TCC Bus & Rail Services

Trinity Metro provides information regarding the Tarrant County Bus and Rails services for students at Tarrant County College.

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Better Money Habits

From budget and credit to paying for college and buying a car, Better Money Habits has the tools and resources to help you navigate short and long term financial goals. In partnership with Khan Academy, videos are also available.

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High School Financial Planning Program

This high school financial planning program, through modules by topic, helps you navigate the unknown frontier of your financial future. Learn how to adjust your route as your values and life circumstances change.

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Center for First-Generation Student Success

The Center for First-Generation Student Success is the premier source of evidence-based practices, professional development, and knowledge creation for the higher education community to advance the success of first-generation students.

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ACT Test Prep

This resource is directly from the makers of the ACT! Here you can find valuable resources such as important test dates, centers, practice tests, and other important tips to help you master the test.

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College Board SAT Practice

The College Board SAT prep is directly from the makers of the SAT! Here you can find valuable resources such as important test dates, centers, practice tests, and other important tips to help you master the test.

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Khan Academy

For the first time ever, the creators of the SAT have given Khan Academy exclusive access and advice to build a personalized practice program for anyone, anywhere. Learn anything. These tools are free and available now for every student to take ownership of their learning and their future.

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Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Make sure to fill out the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to qualify for financial aid in college. Applications open October 1 of each year.

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Form Your Future

Form Your Future has a guide that helps you fill out your FAFSA, in addition to several other related resources.

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FWISD Scholarship Resources by Grade Level

Provided by FWISD, find scholarship listings according to your grade level. This resource is updated monthly to increase your opportunities in obtaining scholarships.

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RaiseMe

Students can create a free online portfolio where they add their class grades and participation in clubs, athletic and community service activities. In turn, they’re offered “micro-scholarships” or small grants from participating RaiseMe colleges and universities that are redeemable upon being admitted and attending the institution making the scholarship offer.

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Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA)

The TAFSA is for foreign students and noncitizens who are classified as Texas residents. Using this application, you may be eligible to receive state financial aid for tuition purposes.

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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

The vision of the NAACP is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.

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National Indian Education Association

NIEA provides comprehensive, culture-based educational opportunities for American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. There are various programs, opportunities for advocacy, and online resources available for college students.

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National Pan-Hellenic Council

NPHC consists of nine historically Black sororities and fraternities. These organizations provide community, resources, and connections for life-long members. Although the tradition is to provide spaces for historically marginalized students in college, NPHC organizations are not exclusive, but keep racial justice at the center of their values.

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The Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights

This diverse and justice-focused coalition consists of over 200 national organizations in an effort to promote and protect the rights of each individual person, regardless of their identities.

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USPAACC

USPAACC is the largest non-profit organization representing Pan Asian Americans and their related groups. This organization provides meaningful connections and networking for individuals who identify as Pan Asian American (includes East, South and Southea

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Student Support Services

Fort Worth ISD’s Student Support Services (SSS) provides a comprehensive network of coordinated programs and interventions supporting the health, well being, and academic success of all students.

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Immigrants Rising

Immigrants Rising is dedicated to empowering undocumented young people to achieve educational and career goals through personal, institutional, and policy transformation.

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My Undocumented Life

The mission of My Undocumented Life is to provide up-to-date information and resources to undocumented students, their families, and allies (including educators, counselors, and administrators).

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National Immigration Law Center

This organization is dedicated to immigrant rights, and has a FAQ sheet for DACA students, along with tips for filing tax returns and getting driver’s licenses.

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TheDream.US

This organization is dedicated in providing DREAMers the opportunity to realize their college pursuits.

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