— When you are in high-school and college, find sports you enjoy, get out there and have fun! Get dirty. Swing a bat. Throw a ball. Hit a drive. Be there with water and snacks for the team. Sports can be your entre into a great new world.
— If you are one of those fortunate teenagers who has a strong vision and passion for changing the world for the better, you might want to look for scholarships that align with your volunteer work and study focus.
This is the moment you’ve been waiting for: your son or daughter is finally graduating from college and will soon be a wage-earner! So pack your hankies and get ready for one of the most memorable trips of your lifetime: college graduation. Here are a few tips to make this weekend easy and stress-free.
Collegiate donation drives are abundant and each year save hundreds of thousands of tons of usable goods from going into the waste stream. And, not only is it good for the environment, it also is putting needed cash into the hands of local charities.
Several Ivy League colleges, like Harvard and Princeton, encourage a gap year and in return they gain students who are more focused and are more likely to complete their college education within 5 years.
Gail Billingsley Think Pinterest is just for crafts & fashion? Think again! This new social media craze can be a useful resource for college-bound teens and parents. Here's how: Create boards for potential colleges, cool things you want to see, dorm decorating ideas, college fashions (gotta have something in school colors!) and ideas for your new life. See a photo of a college you might like? Re-Pin it on your...