The platform provides middle school students the opportunity to
start planning for life after high school early. They can take
career assessments and use search tools to develop college,
major, and career lists, write goals and journals, track
activities, and read a variety of age-appropriate content to
develop and explore their knowledge.
Get started on the path to career success. The working
world may seem like a long way off, but it is never too early to
plan for your goals. What can you do today to make sure you’re
ready for tomorrow? EducationPlanner is a great starting
point. Identify your skills and interests and then explore some
suitable careers that you may enjoy.
As the nation’s foremost test publishing company, ACT Inc. would
like to show its appreciation of 50 years of support with the
creation of this dedicated college and career planning website.
Here you’ll find a focused collection of tools and tips to guide
you through some of life’s most challenging decisions. No matter
if you are in direct pursuit of a career or anticipating a career
via some higher education path, the features of this site should
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