Norwalk High School’s College and Career Center
The goal of Norwalk High School’s College and Career Center is to provide students with information and resources to help them plan their future after high school. Whether a student plans to attend a four-year college, a community college or enter the work world, we have helpful information!
Students can use the College and Career Center as a resource to help them navigate the college planning and application process and explore various career opportunities. In addition, students can find out information on SAT and ACT testing, scholarships, financial aid, work opportunities, internships and volunteer opportunities. The Career Center is equipped with computers that enable students to apply for colleges, scholarships, financial aid and jobs. Students are encouraged to research college and career information through their Naviance accounts and the Internet.
Location: Room 209C
Hours: M-F 8am-2pm
Phone: (203) 838-4481 ext. 13233
* In general, students may access the Career Center during study halls or their lunch period. They must come with a pass from their teacher or their counselor. Food and drink are prohibited as well as cell phone use. The computers are reserved for college and career use only.
College and Career Center Resources:
Naviance/Family Connections access
College admission representative visits
Career exploration resources
College brochures and college planning resources
Scholarship opportunities and applications
Financial aid information and services
Internship, volunteer and Job opportunities
Community service programs
School to Work resources
SAT and ACT information, study guides and test prep resources
College essay mentoring
College Success Seminars 2020-2021
Each seminar covers a different topic that might help students be successful in a 2 or 4 year institution.