Where Do I Go from Here?
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 2004 - Self-Help - 192 pages
The gURLs behind the national bestseller Deal With It! are back with a smart look at what girls should expect after high school. Designed as a colorful complement to the big college reference books, this fun and informative resource takes a look at the human side of college life by offering inside advice and inspiration to girls on the threshold of one of life's most important crossroads. With the gURLs' trademark bold and colorful graphics, candid and humorous text, and real gURL stories, Where Do I Go From Here? discusses the many different types of post-high school experiences--from college to volunteering to taking a year off--to help teens figure out where they might be happiest. Featuring personal reviews from young women trying out a broad range of post-high school lifestyles and filled with summaries of campus life from community colleges to the Ivy Leagues, Where Do I Go From Here? will give girls a clear sense of what life is really like after high school.
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