Maximize your students' life outcomes with help from hundreds of vetted
videos and resources. School counseling experts have picked our "greatest
hits" and created playlists by grade and subject area. Build college and
career knowledge for today's "YouTube Generation!"
Click on one of the overarching categories to view related playlists covering
specific topics. Or click here to see all our available playlists one page.
All Mytonomy testimonials are reviewed for appropriateness and quality. Users submit testimonials to an approval queue and the Mytonomy team watches each to ensure there is no inappropriate language or behavior. Mytonomy playlists have been curated by educators at UC Berkeley, while the downloadable resources were created by educators in Northern Virginia.
1. Sources of Videos
2. Content Approval
in 24 Hrs
3. Final Product: Video Library
Chromebooks + Mytonomy makes it easy! Register your students with FREE accounts by using their existing Google login
Videos viewable on the web or via our
FREE mobile apps. Download it today!
Already have a
Find out why you
should be using
Mytonomy too! Learn more
"Mytonomy was the biggest resource I used throughout my college search that gave me real, unique answers and perspectives about different schools. Junior and senior years went by so fast, and it was so reassuring to know I could go back and rewatch essential videos to make sure I was on the right track. Being able to hear testimonials from students and alumni, and then have the opportunity to reach out to them, is irreplaceable. I absolutely cannot imagine my college search process going so successfully without Mytonomy." - 2014 HS grad, currently at UVA
"Mytonomy is a valuable resource that we used while researching colleges for our son... The numerous short videos provided critical insight and helped us navigate the complex admissions process. As a parent, these first hand experience accounts from students, parents, and counselors provided practical advice and enabled us to finalize our list of colleges. Information from this site included tips and pointers, above and beyond what you'd normally get from a college visit." - Parent