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What Does the Future Hold ….Education and Careers

Business Connections: School to Manufacturing

Walker Forge, Clintonville, contact-Amy Goerlinger, 715-823-6557;
(engineers, equipment operators, technicians, human resource, accountants)
Waupaca County Highway Department, contact-Dean Steingraber, 715-258-7152;
(civil engineers, metal fabricators, equipment operators, office support)

Parent Section and Resources

It is very important that you make site visits to the schools you have interest in attending after high school. Be sure to ask them about financial aid and scholarships directly from their institution that will make it easier for you to attend.
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ – get help paying for college through student loans, free applications available on this site.
http://www2.ed.gov/programs/fpg/index.html – grants are different than loans. check out the Federal Pell Grants and see if you are eligible.
http://www.collegegrad.com/careers/all.shtml – there are many online sites that can help with career choices.

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