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    Feeling Paralysis by Analysis Because of Too Many Choices? We Can Help.

    The world of opportunities for tweens and teens feels incredibly vast. TeenLife alone lists over 10,000 colleges, summer programs, gap programs, and more, each vying for your attention.

    A plethora of options is great — but it can have its drawbacks. On one hand, you’re bound to find something that’s perfect for you. On the other hand, where do you start your search?! If you’re stymied, consider working with an educational consultant, program advisor, or counselor. Whether you’re interested in a summer or gap program or looking for a tutor, TeenLife is here to help.

    Use the filters to explore your options and find your perfect fit. Also, check out our guides and the bottom of this page for additional providers we’ve curated for specific needs.

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        TeenLife has over 800 service providers listed on our website. The following list isn’t comprehensive, but it will give you an idea of what’s available.

        • College resources for teens. Turn your college dreams into reality. These service providers offer help identifying scholarship opportunities (and applying), specialized college recommendations, essay coaching and reading, college selection tools, and more.
        • Financial education. Managing your money is difficult, especially if you’re a teen. These providers offer many resources to help you learn how to earn, save, and spend your money wisely.
        • Independent education consultants. Whether you need help finding a summer program, choosing a gap year, picking a private school, or applying to college, the providers in this category have you covered. These consultants offer many different personalized resources and are one of the best options for students to get help achieving their dreams.
        • Job resources. Looking for a summer job? Trying to figure out what you want to do when you grow up? These providers can connect you with companies looking for teen workers or recommend summer and gap year programs designed to help you explore your interests and think about a college major.
        •  Mental health and well-being services. The tween and teen years aren’t easy. Providers here offer therapeutic and behavioral health services for teens and tweens. Resources include assistance with drug or alcohol abuse, social and emotional needs, private schools that cater to kids with learning disabilities, and much more.
        • Special needs services for teens. These providers offer comprehensive special needs to students with learning or developmental disabilities. Many options exist today, with programs offering specialized services to help teens succeed in school and life.
        • Tutoring and test prep. Struggling with a specific school subject or determined to increase your SAT or ACT score? Consider reaching out to one of the 200 tutoring and test prep providers on our website.