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Contact

Nancy Sprick
Career Counselor
253-571-6148


 

Welcome to the online home of the Wilson career center! Here you will find notices of upcoming events and links to useful sites. 

The career center has resources, study space, and a computer lab for your use. You will find college literature on the bookshelves and career- and financial aid-related materials on the tall rack. Presentations from college and university representatives take place in the career center, most commonly in the fall (see schedule at right). I also arrange several field trips each year to local colleges and will promote those opportunities on this page as well. ​

If you would like to earn credit for your part-time job, please see me for the Worksite Learning paperwork.  

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Update your e-mail in Career Cruising​!

Your username is tps-####### (your student number prefaced with tps-). Your password is your birthdate in this format: MMDDYYYY. (Example: if your birthdate is May 4, 2001, type it as 05042001) When you enter an e-mail address that you actually check, I can send notices of events and activities such as field trips, college representative visits, job fairs, and volunteer opportunities.
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Scholarship Opportunities​

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Volunteer and Paid Opportunities  - find events, too!

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Find planning checklists, financial aid info, scholarship details, special events and more...


 

College Rep Visits to the Career Center

To attend a presentation, sign up and get a permission slip from the bulletin board outside the career center.

Oct. 16, period 6: Bates College (Maine)


Create Your FSA ID

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2018-19 school year opens October 1. Summer is the perfect time to create the FSA ID you will need to sign your FAFSA electronically. Create your FSA ID.



 Additional Resources​

Including:
  • FAFSA and WASFA completion
  • College Bound Scholarship
  • ACCUPLACER practice
  • NCAA Eligibility Center
  • Common Application
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Career exploration websites
  • College Scorecard
  • SAT and PSAT practice with Khan Academy