It is important for youth to develop, master and be exposed and/or equipped with skills that employers find valuable when entering the workforce. This includes cognitive skills, such as academic proficiencies and non-cognitive skills, such as cultural awareness.
- December 21, 2015
Advising Strategies for Supporting First-Generation College Students: Can Technology Replace Counselors and Peers? (Part 3)
Jennifer Brown Lerner, Deputy DirectorAccording to research by Pew, 84% of all Americans use the internet and 97% of those ages 18-29 are online regularly. Th…
- December 16, 2015
Carinne Deeds, Program AssociateAs the first in my family to go to college, I entered the application process with an endless amount of questions. Where shoul…
This webinar served as the release of a new white paper on current trends and opportunities at the intersection of afterschool and competency-based learning.
- December 14, 2015
Advising Strategies for Supporting First-Generation College Students: The Role of Traditional Counseling (Part 1)
Jenna Tomasello, Program Associate“You’re just not college material.” That was what a high school counselor told my mother after she expressed interest in goi…