Students have an awesome tool/resource through Naviance. Students can log into their Naviance accounts by clicking on the following link: student.naviance.com/maumellehs
Students will use their school issued email address and school password to login.
Students can use Naviance to:
Take career surveys
Explore careers and colleges
View national scholarships
and Much More!
If you have any questions about Naviance, please email your counselor.
Arkansas NEXT Magazine: Online publication for students in Arkansas. It covers many post-secondary pathways.
Arkansas Times Blueprint: Online publication to guide students on career paths that do not require a 4-year degree.
Arkansas Times Nurses Guide: Online publication discussing the nursing profession.
A Guide to Healthcare Careers: This guide can help you navigate through your journey toward a career in healthcare. Learn how to find the right path for you, and the education you’ll need to follow that path. Discover career options and tips for landing a job, as well.
Explore Careers in Social Work: As our country navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, social workers continue to provide essential and vital support to our communities. Our team at SocialWorkGuide.org strives to encourage students to explore this valuable line of work as we as a nation continue to manage coronavirus and will eventually deal with the aftermath. Our social work career guide includes information on various specializations, salary information, and locations with the highest employment of social workers.
TRIO Educational Opportunity Center: The Federal TRIO Programs are outreach and student support services programs funded by the U.S. Department of Education and are designed to provide educational and counseling services for individuals pursuing a postsecondary education. TRIO includes eight programs targeted to serve low-income, first-generation college students, veterans, and disabled individuals from middle school to a post-baccalaureate degree.
The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) is one of the eight programs. It was designed to provide assistance with completing college admission and financial aid applications. In addition, EOC provides college placement testing, online tutoring for the placement test, loan consolidation assistance, tutorial instruction in computer usage, and access to online career and study skills resources. All of the services are FREE to eligible participants. To qualify for the program, applicants have to be at least 19 years of age (or a high school senior) and reside in Pulaski, Saline or Lonoke County.
EOC office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. For questions or more information visit the website at ualr.edu/trioeocets/eoc call 501-907-2478.