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Career Exploration

Not sure of a career choice? Visit one of the sites below to explore your options.

My Next Move

My Next Move allows you to explore countless careers and gain an understanding of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and education involved.


The mission of CareerOneStop is “to deliver integrated, easy-to-understand workforce information that helps job seekers, students, workers, workforce intermediaries, and employers develop their capacity and make sound economic decisions in the new economy.”

FAFSA Assistance

See FAFSA Assistance for complete details about TRIO EOC DSW FAFSA Assistance services, including appointments in-person and online via Zoom to help you complete and submit your FAFSA application accurately.

Create Your Federal Student Aid Identification (FSA ID)

See FAFSA Assistance for a list of the information you will need to create your FSA ID.

Financial Literacy

Financial literacy is important for your post-secondary education experience and your life after. Use the resources below to learn valuable concepts and principles.

Additionally, we host workshops and fairs on financial literacy throughout the year. Visit our Workshops page for more information.

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Douglas County

Shawnee County

Wyandotte County

  • Kansas City Kansas Community College, Adult Education - 913-288-7660
  • Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas – 913-621-1504

High School Equivalency
General Educational Development (GED) Locations

Douglas County

  • Lawrence Adult Learning Center (USD 497) - 785-832-5960
  • Lawrence Diploma-Completion Program (Adult Education, USD 497) - 785-330-2133

Shawnee County

Wyandotte County


The Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC) directs students to organizations offering scholarships and provides assistance completing scholarship applications. Here are a few recommended organizations and scholarships:


Educational Opportunity Centers regularly conducts workshops in the community, including:

  • Applying for Scholarships
  • Career Exploration
  • College 101
  • Do I Need to File a Tax Return?
  • FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
  • Financial Literacy
  • And more

We also regularly feature speakers on various topics throughout the year.

See Workshops for complete details.

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