It’s hard to get excited about standardized tests, but they are important if you are planning to go to college. While you don’t need to get excited about the ACT or SAT, you should get to know more about each test to see if one or the other plays to your strengths in test-taking.
You’ve had a great internship and now want to add the experience to your resume. Here are some important tips to make sure you make the most of your experience on paper.
Internships have become a must-have on any college student’s resume. Whether paid or unpaid, a student can learn more as an intern than in a classroom. As the difficult job search continues for many recent college grads, internships are now considered a steppingstone to full-time employment.
Summer is an important time for rest and relaxation, but it can also be an opportunity for high school students to further prepare themselves for college. This is particularly true for high-achieving, low-income students looking for ways to distinguish themselves.
One of the biggest barriers high-achieving, low-income students face when applying for financial aid is the mountain of paper work necessary to apply. The central component of that process is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is required for federal, state, or institutional aid.
Founded in 2010, Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) aims to increase access to Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate (AP/IB) classes for what they call "missing students."
Lansdowne, VA – To advance its commitment to supporting exceptional students with financial need, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is hosting its 13th annual Scholars Weekend, July 31-August 3, at the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA.