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Audrey Jones, Career Center Specialist
Contact: 703-6193118 or adjones@fcps.edu
CEEB CODE 470-030
Hours of Operation: 7:00 AM to 2:30 PM or by appointment

The Career Center is a one-stop resource center for students and parents. The Career Center houses a plethora of information on 2-year & 4-year colleges/universities, vocational & technical schools, apprenticeship programs, service programs, scholarships, financial aid, the military, jobs, volunteer opportunities, summer enrichment programs, and SAT/ ACT information.

Students are free to visit the Career Center before or after school, Major Time or lunchtime. Visits during class time require a signed pass from a teacher. Parents are invited to visit the Career Center too. However, parents are asked to call ahead or make an appointment to ensure the Career Center is open. Periodically, the Career Center is closed for classes or meetings.


College Visits & Events

All students (9th-12th graders) are eligible to attend college visits.

Students who would like to attend a presentation should:

  1. Sign-up on Family Connection and print out the confirmation page; use this page as your pass to obtain teacher signature.
  2. Get permission and signature from your teacher at least 24 hours in advance of the visit for the class you will miss. You are responsible for missed assignments.
    * It is to the teacher's discretion to allow a student to attend presentation.
  3. Bring the signed pass with you to the presentation. You will not be allowed in without one. Attendance will be taken.

Students are welcome to use the computers in the Career Center to sign-up on Family Connection and print out the college confirmation pass.

College visits and related events are posted in Family Connection which is accessible though FCPS 24/7 Blackboard.

For more information, contact Audrey Jones (adjones@fcps.edu) in the Career Center at 703-619-3118.

Military Information

Special Interest Sites

College and Military Aptitude Tests

  • SAT
  • ACT
  • TOEFL - This test should be taken in addition to the SAT or ACT. It is for students whose primary language is not English.
  • PSAT


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