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SchooLinks

The district has invested in SchooLinks, a college and career readiness platform that identifies career interests, connects you with industry experts and internships, and simplifies college planning.

Students:

  • Take swipeable surveys and quizzes to learn more about your interests and what careers might be right for you

  • Research careers and watch mentor videos to help you navigate the college and career planning process

  • Explore college profiles to learn information about campus life, the student body, and more

  • Learn about financial literacy and how decisions you make can financially impact you after you graduate

  • Find internships, volunteer opportunities, and scholarships offered in your area.

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Parents and Guardians:

  • View the results of your student’s career interest, strength, and mindset assessments to learn more about their interests and what careers might be right for them.

  • Check your personalized dashboard for upcoming events as well as important reminders and to-dos for your student.

  • Complete your own research on colleges, careers, and more to help you have informed conversations with your student.

  • Compare college costs and explore expected financial aid, scholarships, and out of pocket expenses

Parent/guardian log IN

SchooLinks Guide: Onboarding for Guardians - English

SchooLinks Guide: Onboarding for Guardians - Spanish

Top 5 questions for parents & Guardians - English

top 5 questions for parents & guardians - Spanish

Community Partners:

  • Benefit from additional support from internships and job shadowing while providing an opportunity for students to explore and evaluate a career path before they make a commitment.

  • Participate in a D155 Career Fair to fill current and future available positions within your company.

  • Become a guest speaker, host a field trip or become a mentor.

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Please note: This page contains links to documents that are in Adobe's PDF format.  If you have accessibility needs that make it difficult for you to access and / or interpret information in PDF format, please call 815-455-8500 or email distmail@d155.org, and we will be happy to assist you.