Here is a quick list of links.                    
Note:  Indiana government sites are listed under Indiana, same for Marshall County.

Educational

     Government

          Indiana

         Kids

            Other/Miscellaneous

Marshall County

      Marshall Co. Libraries

Marshall Co. Schools

Educational

  • American School Search - This website was built to be a source of information on all accredited colleges and universities throughout Indiana and the rest of the nation. All 139 Indiana colleges offering both 2 and 4 year degrees are listed. There is information on student-to-faculty ratios, enrollment figures, tuition and financial aid packages, on-campus housing costs, degree programs offered, scholarship availability, and information on obtaining loans and grants from these colleges.
     

  • Educations.com - Educations.com helps students who are interested in studying abroad to find information about education alternatives all over the world. This is where you find information about what education options are available, what is required for you to get in, how much it costs etc. Educations.com has a wide variety of different education types including bachelor degrees, master degrees, Doctorates and PhD courses, Diploma educations and Language courses. Searching for education on Educations.com makes it easy for you to compare different study abroad options to see what best suits you. You can also request more information directly from the schools you are interested in.
     

  • Education-Portal.com - A comprehensive collegiate information site for teens and prospective college students. It will help students find the essential information they need regarding college degree programs to help make informed choices about their education. It also has information about careers and colleges.
     

  • ElementarySchools.org - Thousands of public elementary schools and private elementary schools throughout America are listed for your review. The list is broken down by city, elementary school districts, zip codes, or counties. The list also contains all public elementary schools and private elementary schools within the country. Statistics such as enrollment, the ratio of students to teachers are included as well as elementary school addresses, phone numbers, and other contact information.
     

  • FAFSA - Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the Web.
     

  • Fastweb - The best way to get free money for school! The largest and most complete source of scholarships available. Personalized matching of scholarships to your unique profile.
     

  • Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - This site makes it easy to find learning resources from more than 35 federal organizations. 
     

  • ICN - The Indiana College Network (ICN), a partnership of the state's colleges and universities, is Indiana's clearinghouse for information about college classes and degree programs available through the internet, videotape, CD-ROM, satellite/cable television and correspondence. 
     

  • Indiana Financial Aid Offices - Listing of colleges' and universities' financial aid offices with addresses and homepages listed.
     

  • Kaarme - Kaarme is a free service enabling students to reach out and communicate with thousands of colleges, counselors, coaches and scholarship opportunities by creating an in-depth searchable profile highlighting their talents and interests.
     

  • Learn a Language - or Learn 8 of Them! - You can learn over 1,400 words for free on this website! You can also learn important phrases like greetings, survival expressions and slang words in the language of your choice. If you want verbs, there are over 350 verbs to help you with your language study.

  • Learn More Indiana - Learn More Indiana’s mission is to help Hoosier students of all ages PLAN, PREPARE and PAY for college completion and career success through effective communications and outreach efforts. Led by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education, Learn More Indiana is a partnership of state and local organizations working to help students of all ages succeed in school, complete college and connect to careers.
     

  • The State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana’s (SSACI) - SSACI's mission is to make college affordable through need-based grants and to allow choice by granting awards to those attending public, independent & proprietary colleges. SSACI attempts to increase college preparation through its Twenty-first Century Scholar program and by giving increased grant amounts to those graduating from high school with Core 40 and Academic Honors Diplomas.
     

  • Student Loan Network - Student Loan Network educates students and parents on the best federal and alternative student loans and loan consolidation. Our goal is to provide you with the necessary knowledge and products to finance your education.

  • Technical-Schools-Guide.com - A free resource covering all the technical schools and programs in the US.  We have career guides and resources to  help people discover career paths that match their skill sets and life goals.  
     

  • Testing and Education Reference Center - Over 100 practice tests and courses;  Information on over 4,000 accredited schools;
    High School Tools, College Prep Tools, Career Tools, Graduate School Tools, Online Books, Family College Planning Center
     

  • Trade Schools - Tradeschools.net is an extensive resource of post-secondary educational institutions, including trade schools, colleges, and universities. You can find a program to advance your career, whether you are looking for an online degree or classroom training at a college or university.
     

  • USCollegeSearch.org - A free resource covering all the colleges and program offerings in the US.  We have occupational guides, financial aid resources and FAQ’s on all the different programs. 
     

  • WorldWideLearn.com - WorldWideLearn is the world's largest web site offering links to universities, colleges, and training companies offering on campus and online degree programs, courses, training modules, professional continuing education credits, and other on campus and online education programs.

Government

  • Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality - AHRQ's mission includes both translating research findings into better patient care and providing policymakers and other health care leaders with information needed to make critical health care decisions.
     
  • FDA Recalls, Market Withdrawals and Safety Alerts - This list includes the most significant product actions of the last 60 days, based on the extent of distribution and the degree of health risk.
     
  • USA.gov - Whatever you want or need from the U.S. government, it's on this site.  You'll find a rich treasure of online information, services and resources.
     
  • Internal Revenue Service - This site contains downloadable tax forms and publications.  Also see 1040.com for tax forms.
     
  • National Parks - Visit and learn more about your National Parks.
     
  • The Whitehouse - Visit the official residence of our President and First Lady.

Indiana

  • Enjoy Indiana - Find festivals and events, attractions, lodging and outdoor recreation.
     
  • Indiana State Site - Indiana's state government web site.   Everything from Indiana code to government organization to lottery info.
     
  • Learn More Resource Center -Learn More Resource Center is Indiana's Pre-K to College Connection - the state's strategic communication effort to support improving student achievement and increase the educational attainment of all Hoosiers.
     
  • Indiana Association of Cities and Towns - The Indiana Association of Cities and Towns (IACT) was established 114 years ago to provide Indiana municipal officials a means to congregate, educate and advocate their interests before the state and federal governments. Indiana is one of the first states to form a municipal association, and IACT (pronounced “i-act”) has a rich tradition of serving municipal government and elected officials.
     
  • Indiana Children's Museum The Children's Museum of Indianapolis, a non-profit institution committed to enriching the lives of children, is one of the largest children's museum in the world.
     
  • Indiana Historical Society - At more than four million hits a year, this is one of the most popular historical society sites in the country.
     
  • Indiana State Information Center - The State Information Center is your single point of contact for questions about state government. We are available to help you by phone Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., and are always happy to answer your questions via email.
     
  • Indiana State Library Provides services to all citizens of Indiana, to collect and preserve all types of information about the state of Indiana. 
     
  • INSPIRE - Indiana Spectrum of Information Resources, a free service available only to users originating in Indiana.  Access to Journals, magazines, health articles, encyclopedias, news articles, library catalogs, and more.  All searchable and many full text.  Listing of Indiana Libraries.
     
  • ISMAnet - Indiana State Medical Association.  Indiana physician information - doctor details
     
  • Lost Indiana - Historic preservation, lost history, buildings, ghost sites
     
  • Northern Indiana Center for History - If you're looking for a magnificent historic site that showcases an elegant, 38-room Victorian mansion, a charming cottage reflecting the 1930s, a gallery that chronicles local history, a gallery of Notre Dame history, a children's museum plus compelling exhibitions, that place is the Northern Indiana Center for History.
     
  • Talking Book and Braille Library
    The Indiana Talking Book and Braille Library, a division of the Indiana State Library, circulates via mail, audio books and magazines, Braille, large print, and descriptive videos to Indiana residents who cannot use regular print because of a visual or physical disability.  They also provide specialized playback equipment for recorded materials, including a digital talking book player.  To qualify for this free library service, the applicant fills out an application and has it signed by a healthcare professional or librarian.  Click
    here to go to the website.

     
  • Volunteer.IN - A central place on the web for volunteer information in Indiana. There are so many wonderful organizations throughout the state working with volunteers to solve problems and strengthen communities. It is our hope that this website will connect both veterans and newcomers in the volunteer sector to each other, and help them find resources to serve their communities more effectively. Features of Volunteer.IN.gov include…

    · Map of volunteer centers in Indiana
    · Places to find volunteer opportunities
    · Disaster preparedness and response info
    · Resources for volunteer managers

Marshall County

Town of Argos

Marshall County Humane Society

Town of Bourbon

Marshall County Historical Society and Museum

Town of Bremen

Marshall County Neighborhood Center

City of Plymouth

Marshall County Online

Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County

Marshall County Purdue Extension Office

Downtown Plymouth

Marshall County Solid Waste District

Encore Performing Arts 

Marshall County United Way

Heartland Artists

Plymouth Alumni Blogspot

Marshall County Blueberry Festival

Plymouth Chamber of Commerce

Marshall County Community Foundation

Plymouth Farmer's Market

Marshall County Convention and Tourism Bureau

Potawatomi Wildlife Park

Marshall County Council on Aging 

The Plymouth Pilot News 

Marshall County Economic Development Corporation

WTCA AM 1050

 

 
   

Marshall County Schools

Ancilla College John Glenn School Corporation
Argos Community Schools St. Michael Catholic School
Bremen Community Schools Plymouth Community School Corporation
Culver Community Schools Triton School Corporation
Culver Academies Union-North United School Corporation

Marshall County Libraries

Kids

Other/Miscellaneous

  • Benefits Checkup (Nat'l. Council on Aging) - BenefitsCheckUp helps thousands every day to find programs for people ages 55 and over that may pay
  •  for some of their costs of prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other essential items or services.
     
  • Free Child Care Search
    Paths to QUALITY™ is a free resource to help parents make decisions regarding child care and to help child care programs improve the quality of care offered.

     
  • The Librarians Index to the Internet The Librarians' Index to the Internet is a searchable, annotated subject directory of more than 3,600 Internet resources organized into over 40 different category headings and numerous subdirectories
     
  • Medical Malpractice Help  Medical malpractice, also known as medical negligence, occurs when a health care provider or facility knowingly or unknowingly deviates from the accepted standard of care, resulting in harm or injury to the patient. Some examples might be prescribing the wrong medicine, failing to accurately diagnose a medical condition, or neglecting a patient by failing to closely monitor them while they are being cared for.  Learn more about Medical Malpractice on this website.
     
  • Privacy Education from PeopleSmart  Protecting your privacy is hard in our complicated, technology-driven world. At PeopleSmart, they are dedicated to privacy. To help you protect your privacy, they have compiled educational resources, privacy tips, and a list of things you can do to protect your privacy.
     
  • Snopes.com This site contains the largest collection of urban legend debunking articles in the world.  Before you forward an email story or warning to all of your friends, search snopes.com first to make sure what you are forwarding is true.
     

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