Crisis Phone Numbers and Resources

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Federal Student Aid – An Office of the U.S. Department of Education
The FAFSA – Everyone who is applying for financial aid has to fill out the FAFSA. This form is available in your school’s Career Center, your counselor’s office or online. Although students can complete a paper FAFSA application, the FAFSA can be filled out online for faster processing. Use a paper FAFSA application first as a rough draft, then fill out the online form. Your FAFSA will help you determine your financial need – based on a college’s cost and your Expected Family Contribution (EFC).

Scholarships.com
An electronic database of scholarship opportunities for all students. Students create a profile and receive a free customized list of opportunities with scholarships they are eligible to apply for.

California Career Center
The California Career Center (CalCC) is a career planning website with tools to help students map their future, whether looking ahead to college, apprenticeship, the military or other options.

California CareerZone
California CareerZone is a tool that enables students to explore careers and develop a plan for achieving their goals.

Los Rios Community College District
Apply to any Los Rios community college: American River, Cosumnes River, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City

EGUSD Digital Citizenship Website
The Elk Grove Unified School District’s Digital Citizenship Initiative is an on-going project and commitment. Supporting 21st century teaching and learning is the focus of this EGUSD initiative. In response to the speed at which technology changes, bringing with it new opportunities and challenges, the goal of the EGUSD Digital Citizenship website is to provide updated digital citizenship resources to all EGUSD stakeholders.