Middle School Resources

This page provides you with tools for pre- and post campus tours as well as parent and teacher specific resources for your Middle School student.

Financial Aid/Literacy
Wheelock's Financial Literacy Resource Page

Crash Course

Wheelock's Net Price Calculator

CollegeBoard's Net Price Calculator

Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority

One Hen - Teacher resource

"It's My Life" Money (Students)
Offers tips on teaching financial basics to young people through topics such as earning money through first jobs and allowances, managing the piggybank, and understanding basic budgeting.

Financial Literacy - Families and Finance: A College Investment Plan For All Ages (Parents)

Junior Achievement's (Parents and Students)
Provides educators and parents with tools for discussing college choices with their students and children.

Money As You Grow

Internships
Resume Worksheet

Writing Effective Resumes and Cover Letters

Effective Interviewing

Internship Search Sites (Students)
Internships.com
Experience.com

Cover Letter Recourses for Internships (Students)

Resumes for Landing an Internship (Students)

Academic Expectations
Wheelock's Academic Advising Expectations

Preparing for Middle School (Students and Parents)

Making the Move to Middle School (Students and Parents)
Tools to help your student transition from elementary school to middle school

Citizenship
Activity Ideas for Teaching Citizenship

Student Voter Guide

Campus Vote Project

Respecting Others (Students, Parents and Teachers)
Tips for learning to be a good citizen

Are You a Good Citizen? (Students, Parents and Teachers)
Self-evaluation and discussion questions about citizenship

Global Potential (Students, Parents and Teachers)
Global Potential trains youth aged 15-23 who have high potential visions to become leaders, changemakers and social entrepreneurs in their urban and rural low-income communities around the world.

Exploring Differences
Peace Corp Culture Matters Workbook

Ice Breakers

"It's My Life" Family (Students and Parents)
Offers the topic of immigration or students to explore the different ways people immigrated to the United States, and discuss family histories.

Create Your Own Culture (Students and Teachers)
Lesson allows students to take a hands-on approach to the concepts surrounding different cultures--physical map, diversity, political map, etc.

Teaching Tolerance (Teachers)
Fighting Prejudice and Discrimination against People with Learning Disabilities in Middle School

Global Potential (Students, Parents and Teachers)
Global Potential trains youth aged 15-23 who have high potential visions to become leaders, changemakers and social entrepreneurs in their urban and rural low-income communities around the world.

Career
Princeton Review

Homework/Study Tips College Major Quiz

UCanGo2

EducationPlanner.org (Students and Parents)
Career Planning for Middle School Students

CareerShip (Students)
Plan your future by exploring careers

Career One Stop (Students)
Videos showing the types of work people do in nearly 550 careers, organized by the 16 career clusters recognized by the U.S. Department of Education

Road Map: Planning your Future
Big Future at College Board

Going to College

NACACNET

Junior Achievement's (Parents and Students)
Provides educators and parents with tools for discussing college choices with their students and children.

Big Future by The College Board (Parents)
Parent Action Plan: Middle School

 

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