WHEN YOU TURN 18 A Survival Guide for Teenagers

  • WHEN YOU TURN 18  A Survival Guide for Teenagers
    WHEN YOU TURN 18 A Survival Guide for Teenagers
  • The California Bar Foundation has created an excellent guide to help teenagers with many of the common problems that face young people as they embark upon the future challenges that lie ahead. “WHEN YOU TURN 18 A Survival Guide for Teenagers” is a great source of information for both teenage and adult students that provides many answers to commonly asked questions. This resource is a suggested guide for South Coast College students and prospective students of the medical assisting, legal administrative assisting, paralegal, and court reporting programs as it addresses the following topics:
  • Reaching the Age of Majority
  • Moving Out
  • Having Fun
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Money Matters
  • Working and Taxes
  • Sex and the Law
  • Jury Duty
  • Marriage and Partnerships
  • Dealing with Domestic Violence
  • Crimes and Consequences
  • Guns and weapons
  • Hate Crimes
  • Civil Laws and Lawsuits
  • Computers, Mobile Devices, and the Internet
  • Protecting Your Identity
  • Consumer Protection
  • Finding Legal Help

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