Life After High School

Life After High School:
Helping you meet your goals.

Gather Information

Need more information before you can make a decision about a career, technical school, or college?  Check out these websites.


Investigating Careers

Websites for exploring careers for later or jobs for now.




College Virtual Tours

Many colleges have created virtual tours.  With a virtual tour a student can see the college campus without actually going to the campus.  Use the links below to start your virtual college tour.  Click on the link a search for the college you are interested in touring.





Interested in scholarships?  Check out these websites:

The Arizona Community Foundation offers more than 150 scholarships that students can apply for online through one general application.

High school seniors, current college students, graduate students, or adult re-entry students attending accredited schools anywhere in the U.S. may apply. Scholarships are available for two-year and four-year accredited colleges and universities, as well as technical and vocational schools.

The general application process begins in January each year and students are advised to apply early to qualify for the most awards. Deadlines vary for every scholarship, with many deadlines falling between March 1 and May 1.

[email protected]

2022-23 Rotary Club of Gilbert Scholarship – EVIT Power Campus Only

The Rotary Club of Gilbert is a non-profit organization where neighbors, friends and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change. The winning applicant will be awarded a $1000.00 scholarship towards their education in a vocational school setting. 

-Has financial need 
-Has a 2.5 overall GPA from both high school and EVIT –
Plans to attend a vocational related program (including EVIT Adult Education programs) as a full-time student in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester 
-Completes a personal essay that incorporates the Rotary International Vision Statement 
-Instructor Recommendation 
-Submits a completed application by April 1, 2023 

See the attached handouts:
Info flyer
Application Instruction
Application Form

The Assistance League of the East Valley (ALEV) is offering scholarships to EVIT students!

Assistance League® of East Valley is a non-profit charitable organization committed to volunteer service in the East Valley community. Assistance League® of East Valley works with community agencies and schools to provide help to both youth and adults in need.

This Scholarship Program is designed to provide assistance to graduating seniors of East Valley Institute of Technology who have demonstrated financial need, scholarship and good citizenship.
Applicants awarded a scholarship will receive $850 per semester for four consecutive semesters as long as he/she complies with the recipient obligations. 

• Has financial need
• Has a 2.5 overall grade point average from both high school and EVIT
• Plans to attend an accredited Arizona community college or university as a full-time student (12
credit hours)

Please see the attached documents for detailed instructions and the application form. All applications must be received by April 5, 2023. 

All students please scan and send your completed Assistance League applications to [email protected]
You may also use Mr. Pullman’s QR code:

David Pullman QR Code

ALEV Scholarship Application
ALEV Scholarship Directions

Maricopa Community College Foundation Scholarship
Info flyer

Maricopa Community Colleges Presidents Scholarship
Info flyer

Positive Paths Scholarship and Mentoring Program Applicant Eligibility:

·         Be female.

·         Be at least 18 years of age.

·         Demonstrate financial need.

·         Be a resident of an East Valley community at time of application and continuously while funded

·         Be enrolled in, or have been accepted to, a vocational/skills training program, a community college certificate or associates degree program, or a bachelors degree program at an Arizona public university

More information is available through the Positive Paths website:

All applications are due to Positive Paths by May 14.


What is the FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  It is the form you need to complete to get any financial aid from the federal government to help pay for college. gives these important FAFSA facts.

1. Submitting the FAFSA is the most important thing you can do if you want financial aid.
2. The FAFSA is free - you don't need to pay anyone to prepare it for you.
3. You need to submit a new FAFSA before each academic year in which you want to get aid.  If you plan to apply for aid throughout college, you'll need to fill out the FAFSA each year.
4. Be sure to use a permanent email address on the form, not your high school email, so you can use your FAFSA account throughout college.

There are three ways to complete and submit your FAFSA:

  • Online at
  • With the myStudentAid app, available in iTunes or Google Play
  • By printing and filling out a FAFSA form, then mailing it to the address on the form.


Do you have specific questions about the FAFSA or how to apply to college?  AzCAN has ways for you to get that help. Click PDF_College & Financial Aid Support_for students_families.pdf


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