Scio High School uses the computerized Oregon Career Information System (CIS) to provide students with
current information about work and education. You may have already used CIS’s occupation descriptions, explored
postsecondary schools, or copied scholarship information from the CIS program installed on
computers throughout the school.
Now the information in CIS is available to you through the Internet.
CIS for Internet includes current and comprehensive information about all kinds of occupations,
focusing on the labor market in Oregon and the Northwest. It lets you look at profiles of every
college and university in the United States as well as descriptions of all Oregon trade and
vocational schools. CIS for Internet includes information about more than 1,900 separate
sources of financial aid — scholarships, loans, and grants.
The background information you need to learn about the entire financial aid process is also available.
You are being provided with the Internet address for CIS, along with the user name and
password needed to get into the site. CIS for Internet is available only to students from schools
that use CIS on campus. Visit this Internet site to find the information you and your parents need
to make informed decisions about post-high school education and training and about career options.