Career Resource Advisor: Barry Cervenka
Phone: 218-444-1600 ext 63446

In the Career Center students can gather information on career planning, college entrance testing, post secondary visitors (due to the pandemic, colleges/universities are offering virtual campus visits and admission rep appointments–please visit individual College web pages for “Virtual Visit” information), Resume building, and financial aid and scholarship opportunities.

The Career Center is open from 7:45 AM – 3:15 PM every day that school is in session. Individual appointments with students and parents are also available.

Students are always welcome and encouraged to stop in to seek assistance with scholarships, the financial aid process, or the post secondary process.

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The Online College Database provides future post-secondary students with the information they need (at no cost) to make informed decisions about where to attend college. This is an easy-to-digest guide to all 109 four and two-year colleges in Minnesota.

Important factors such as: tuition, enrollment size, campus setting, male to female ratio, student to faculty ratio, ROTC availability, and acceptance rate are included for each college. The data comes exclusively from U.S. federal government databases such as the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). This information, combined with our easy-to-use interface with Google Maps creates a helpful educational resource that students can use free of charge.


The Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS) is a fee-based subscription available in more than 80 percent of Minnesota schools. The system is Internet-based and offers a wealth of career, educational and labor market information in one comprehensive, easy-to-use tool. MCIS included interest and skill assessments, information on colleges, program requirements for various occupations, ACT practice tests and more. Using MCIS, students have the option of building a portfolio so they can plan and track progress toward their educational goals.