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Into the Computer-verse: What are my options?

By Jaadyyah Shearrion ‘20 Hello everyone! Today I want to dive into what exactly is the Computer Science field. As some of you may know, I want to study CS in college and I wanted to help shed some light on the different options available within the field.  Computer engineering  If you like a more hands-on

Twitter Chat: College Tours-Tips & Best Practices

On February 13, we hosted a Twitter chat to discuss all the ins and outs of college tours with non-profit organizations, counselors, and colleges. Our contributors shared some great tips to help you understand how to get ahead when going to campus tours. Check out our questions and some of the best answers below:

College Recruiting Process for Athletes

Are you interested in playing sports in college, but don’t know where to start? In this article, Mike Savello, a high school coach with 15+ years of experience, shares his advice for high school athletes. Timeline We tell our athletes to get started at the end of their sophomore year. They should register with the

Future in Real Estate

Amaya White ‘22, Montclair State University I had the opportunity to ask my friend Randall from high school about his real estate major and his experience at Georgia State University. Continue reading to find out more information on what it’s like to be a real estate major.  Choosing my major Real Estate. This major educates those

Getting paid for your passions

Julie Lee ‘20, Boston Latin School You just finished applying to all of your colleges. Congrats! Acceptance letters will come rolling in soon, and you’ll be comparing the financial aid packages from the different universities. But what if your top school doesn’t provide a lot of financial aid? What can you do right now to pay

Slide into Spring Sports

Jaadyyah Shearrion ’20, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Calling all sports fans, athletes, and everyone who goes to their high school football game just for the experience! As the winter sports season ends, spring sports take center stage. Baseball, lacrosse, outdoor track, crew, rugby, sailing, softball, tennis, and boy’s volleyball are just a few springtime

Making the most of freshman year

Blake Rozelle ‘20, Pace University Some students may know exactly what they want to do or have no clue. It's important freshman year to take the classes necessary to find where you want to head. Explore different majors I knew what I wanted to do going into school. I took a lot of general education

5 Scholarships for Latino Students

There are resources for everyone - here are some suggestions for scholarships available to Latin students who want to study in the US! Anhelo Project Dream Scholarship Application Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020 Requirements: Be an Illinois resident attending a high school, college, university or vocational training program located within the State of Illinois.Must be

Finding LGBTQ+ Friendly Colleges

Jeremy Caldwell '18, Tufts University The college search can be draining. There are so many questions to ask: do they have the major I want? Do I like the location? Is it too big or too small? The good news is, many colleges overlap in what they offer, so there might be multiple right answers

An Education in Education

Michael Savello ‘21, SUNY Oneonta I’m an education major at SUNY Oneonta. It’s pretty straightforward - my education major is preparing me to teach students in school, though it’s up to me to decide what grade level and subject I want to teach. You can also decide if you want to teach special education students.

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