Online Resources for Teens

  • Connecticut State Colleges & Universities – Looking to go to college in CT? Check out this website with information about all of the public colleges and universities in the state of Connecticut. Find out about different programs and what schools offer them, compare tuition and fees for each school, application requirements, etc.
  • CT Department of Motor Vehicles – Learn about the steps required to get your learner’s permit/driver’s license here! Find and download a copy of the CT Driver’s Manual and, when you’re ready, schedule your learner’s permit/driver’s license test!
  • Gale Presents: Petersons Test and Career Prep – Get help with creating a résumé, searching for jobs, and more! This online resource accommodates job seekers at all levels, whether they’re entering the workforce for the first time or searching for new opportunities. (Writing a resume? Taking the SATs, GREs, MATs, or any other standardized test? This is the resource for you! Use your library card to access this amazing online resource 24/7 from anywhere with an internet connection.)
  • Office of Apprenticeship Training – Did you know CT has a Registered Apprenticeship training program? Learn about becoming an apprentice, obtaining an apprenticeship, and schools that work with this program.
  • Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine – The SAHM put together a list of helpful resources for young adults and adolescents to help with mental health. This includes online resources, support groups, peer networks, helplines, treatment locators, and advocacy opportunities.
  • Turning Point CT – This website was developed by young people in CT who were recovering from mental health and substance use issues. Their goal was to help provide information and resources for teens and young adults to help them improve their emotional and mental health.