by Eric N. Ford Director of Operations, The Choice Program, The Shriver Center of University of Maryland, Baltimore County
College is tough. For students without adequate support systems in place, it can be even tougher, particularly amongst first-generation and multicultural students. Here, one education advocate explores how to make it easier.
by Lisa Bleich Founder and President, College Bound Mentor, LLC
The interactions that teachers, club advisors, coaches, guidance counselors, and school administrators have with students can have remarkable, lasting impact on students and help shape their life philosophy and sense of self.
Each year tens of thousands of international students travel to the United States to attend a college or university. The experience is often exciting, but at other times can be daunting, so staying connected with friends and family is essential to the well-being of an international student.