Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Links n' Such


  • Amazon.com: Amazon.com's Teen Section
  • Novelist: a database of great reads.
  • Reading Rants!: gives lists of good books.
  • Teen Ink: Published both on the Web and in print, and seen by hundreds of thousands of teenagers. Send your work to them!

College Advice

  • College Source: College Source is a virtual library representing 29,274 college catalogs.
  • Learn a Test: Visit Learn a Test to take practice tests and tutorials. There's immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and an individualized analysis of your results.
  • Collegeboard.com: Visit Collegeboard.com for information from the people who bring you the SATS.
  • FinAid: This is the most comprehensive annotated collection of information about student financial aid on the web.
  • Mapping Your Future: a guide to planning your life.
  • Peterson's: Peterson's information about colleges and universities, career schools, graduate programs, distance learning, executive training, private secondary schools, summer opportunities, study abroad, financial aid, test preparation, and career exploration.
  • Collegenet: Collegenet brings you more than 1,500 customized Internet admissions applications for college and university programs.
  • My College Guide: My College Guide enables you to search for schools by location, size and cost. Ask questions of the Admissions Guru.

Cool Stuff

  • Do Something: Change the world. Do something.
  • Game Genie: a complete gaming site.
  • Mapping Your Future: a guide to planning your life.
  • The Student Center: chat rooms, music and more.
  • Talklisten.org: Feeling lonely, frustrated, depressed? Visit talklisten.org.
  • Teen Ink: Teen Ink is a monthly magazine, website, and book series all written by teens for teens.
  • Teensurfer: center of the Teen Universe on the web, with free adds, entertainment, chat, free homework help & much more.
  • WWE: official site of the World Wrestling Federation, now known as World Wrestling Entertainment.
  • YO! Youth Outlook: award-winning literary journal of youth life in the Bay Area. Featuring in-depth reporting pieces and first-person essays, comic strips and poetry pages.
  • Home/School/Work


  • Girls Life Magazine: an online magazine about --you guessed it--girls.
  • iemily: the place for girl's health.
  • Teens Health: one of the largest health sites with articles and information approved by doctors.



  • Amnesty International: Get involved in helping to ensure human rights around the world.
  • NBC News: all the news, sports and weather you can handle.
  • SERVEnet: Through SERVEnet, you can enter your zip code, city, state, skills, interests, and availability and be matched with organizations needing help.

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