BAHS Career Center
The BAHS Career Center can help students, parents, family members, and graduates with college and career planning. It's located in room 107. Mr. Bates will gladly assist you with any questions or issues that you might have. Don't hesitate to visit him today.
Specifically the career center can help you with:
This site helps students find employment. It also has important articles and tips for young workers.
Use this site to find local employment openings.
This is the Minnesota Colleges and Universities main web site. Click on “Campuses” to find a listing of the 4 year universities and 2 year colleges Minnesota has to offer.
Use this web site to find information about different occupations. If you’re still confused about your future take the assessments to match your interests and skills with possible career choices.
Minnesota’s gateway to career, education, employment, and business information.
The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
Access over 1 million jobs, get labor market trends and tips, post your resume for thousands of employers, and much more.
If you plan on going to a 4 year college in Minnesota or the Midwest you will need to take the ACTtest. You can register and get practice for this test at this web site. Burnsville Alternative High School ACT code is 972460.
If you plan on going to a 4 year college on the east or west coast you will need to take the SATtest. You can register and practice for this test at this web site.
Most 2 year technical or community colleges will require that you take the Accuplacer or a similar test in math, English, and reading. The results of the assessment, in conjunction with your academic background, goals, and interests, are used by academic advisors and counselors to determine your course selection.
More practice for the ACT, SAT, Accuplacer and many more.
The PLAN program helps 10th graders measure their academic development, explore career/training options, and make plans for the remaining years of high school and post-graduation years.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This web site will look at you and your parents financial situation and determine how much money you may be eligible for college.
Conduct a college scholarship & financial aid search at Scholarships.com. Free scholarship search and college search for students of all ages. Find Free Money for College.
Fastweb works by matching the information in your completed profile to scholarships from our database ofover 1.5 million scholarships worth over $3.4 billion.
This online tool helps you locate scholarships, internships, grants, and loans that match your education level, talents, and background.
Providing students with the most scholarships and other financial aid options on the internet – over $32 billion in scholarship awards.
Scholarships offered by Minnesota institutions.
NAVIGATE was created to address the growing need for resources that help immigrant students, regardless of immigration status, in Minnesota to pursue higher education.
High Five Scholarships is a website created to help you find free money for college. We are a scholarship matching service and we will find hundreds of scholarships that match your personal characteristics, goals, and interests, free of charge.
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Minnesota WorkForce Center Systems
State and local employment training can be found under one roof. WorkForce Centers make it easy for any job seeker to find the information and resources needed to job search or explore new careers.
Health Care Assistance. Various health care programs are available at no or low cost for qualified Minnesotans.
Minnesota Child Care Assistance. Child care assistance for your family
United Way 211 Minnesota helps you find local organizations or agencies with the services you need. Find clothes, food, transportation resources and more. Simply dial 211 in any part of the state or 651 291-0211
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