“In my travels all over the world, I have come to realize that what distinguishes one child from another is not ability, but access. Access to education, access to opportunity, access to love.” — Lauryn Hill. Come to Vistamar School’s 12th Annual Multicultural College Fair where over 100 colleges and universities who seek to meet LA students of all backgrounds will be exhibiting. Free and open to the public. Sunday 10/20, 2 pm to 4:30 pm. 737 Hawaii st El Segundo. Vistamarschool.org. #studentsuccess#elsegundo
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UWSN has an important mission for you this holiday season: Operation Thanksgiving Dinner! Our goal is to collect imperishable Thanksgiving groceries for families in need! You can help us complete our operation by dropping off donations at UWSN until Nov. 22. Learn more by visiting the link in our bio!
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We highly recommend you register for the 2019 Annual Burnett Seminar presented by the UNC General Alumni Association. The topic is "Thinking Beyond Normal: How to Live, Learn and Thrive Outside the Lines" featuring guest speaker Jonathan Mooney.
Monday | October 21 | 1-4PM | Free (in-person or streamed)
🙌🏻Congratulations to our Peter M. & Paula Green Johnson Student Success Center on winning the Homecoming 2019 Golden Boot Competition! 🤠
Entry photos were judged on UW spirit/enthusiasm and originality/creativity in keeping with the 2019 Homecoming theme “Breaking Through.”
Make sure to stop by the College of Business Lower Level 1 and see their full display and creativity in person!
… #uwyobiz#UWyo#TheWorldNeedsMoreCowboys#studentsuccess #success#studentsuccesscenter
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What makes you a leader is not the location or size of your office, the nameplate on your door, the title on your business card, or your parking space at work. What makes you a leader is you know how to empower people and consistently deliver on key commitments.
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My online training program, “Student Success Guide" is now 100% FREE!!! ✨ Grow your confidence. Grow your future. No excuses. 👏🏻👏🏽👏🏿 Swipe right and link in bio for more details!
This program teaches students how to communicate effectively, boost their confidence, and change their negative mindset so they can develop the life skills of speaking up, dealing with failure, and building resilience!
In 2018, the average acceptance rate among Ivy League colleges was less than 8% compared to the average acceptance rate of 65% at all other National Universities for the same time period.
At 7 of the 8 Ivies, more than 80% of freshmen graduated in the top 10% of their class. The average ACT score was 33 out of 36 and the SAT averages were 731 (Reading) and 755 (Math). Why are these @usnews#Education statistics important (copy URL 👇🏽)? Well, Ivy League schools are "maybe" schools for most high school students. So, encourage your student to also apply to less selective colleges that meet his/her/their 4-C needs (see prior post). There are many highly rated, very selective schools that aren't in the Ivy League.
Post this on your News Feed and attract more Students On IG. Post a Tip about your field/niche. Show that you know what you are talking about and have authority in information. This is a post about Authority In your Niche.
I hope this helps Coaches. If you would like for me to implement the strategy for you on Instagram and start converting more students. Comment the word “IG” below or DM me the word “IG” and i will get back to you with all the details.
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Hi everyone! This next week on Thursday, Student Success Center will be having an event called “Meet Your Major Fair.” If you are not sure what you are passionate about, come and find this passion with us @ Second floor of the Stephen’s Burnett Memorial Library on October 24th from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. .
See you there!🤩 .
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It's your time to study at our second G.R.O.W.L. Study Hall for the Fall semester! Prepare for those tests, essays, and assignments that will be coming your way!
Fair pay is only one of the many reasons Chicago teachers are continuing their #CTUstrike today. They're calling for more medical support for students, prep time, and fair treatment of veteran teachers, to name a few.⠀
Visit our link in bio for a preview of the ongoing conversation among our Chicago teacher 🐠 #CTUstrike
For a short week, we packed in some thought provoking, engaging, and fun events on both our #Quincy and #Plymouth Campuses.
We welcome several alumni back to campus for an Student Success Alumni panel. We had challenging conversations around stalking and sexual assault with Anna of Stand Up Resources and explored what we can do to prevent and support those faced with domestic violence with a great panel discussion led by Dr. Ken Texeira.
We networked with employers and explore career & internship opportunities in #Plymouth . We may have a new profile picture thanks to the Career Fair too!
We welcomed guidance counselors from Boston and across the South Shore to explore why QC is an excellent option for students of all ages.
When we weren't have amazing conversations and meeting with community members, we relaxed with Student Life events and enjoyed club activities.
Have a lovely weekend, QC community. We can't wait for next week's Halloween Party, First Year Seminar Exploration Fair, and other events!
Janice (center) believes in the importance of mentorship and being a role model to younger students. At Holy Names University, Janice organizes events to welcome new students on campus, hosts workshops on topics like understanding financial aid and getting involved on campus, and is a peer advisor in her spare time! She loves setting an example for other first-generation college students and ensuring they have the support to succeed in school 🎓 #FirstGenFriday
#StudentSuccess Meet Sopfia, an EducationUSA Academy student at @utknoxville "A few months ago, I attended the EducationUSA Academy at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I enrolled in it because I wanted to improve my level of English and know more about the education system in the U.S. but, to be honest, I was almost sure of completing my university studies in my country, Argentina. However, that thought changed radically after that summer program. The experience was truly incredible, exceeding all my expectations: I fell in love with the city, the wonderful people that surrounded me and the University itself. I just didn’t want to wake up from what seemed to be a dream come true. And it was this experience what moved me to apply to UTK, where I know now that I will be able to set up beautiful life projects and reach my goals in the future."
Have you ever skipped a meal to save money? 🍝➡️💲 Food insecurity negatively impacts students’ performance but there are many resources on campus that can help you! The Basic Needs initiatives has many free food resources you can use to help you savor food and succeed. Link in bio🔗 #savorandsucceed
💰 In need of some extra financial assistance? We have several bursaries that can help you! Complete one application form to be eligible for numerous bursaries.
💰 Learn more about bursary requirements and eligibility details, and how to apply here: lakelandcollege.ca/awards.
💰 The application deadline is Friday, Nov. 15, 2019.
Save the Date for our 3rd annual Day of Giving on Oct. 29. As Ms. Mazz often told us, we are “Women on a Mission,” and that’s our theme this year. Your support to the Rosary Fund allows you to give to the Rosary causes you care about:
1) Tuition Assistance: Keep Rosary accessible to all those who wish to come.
2) Campus Improvements: Our aging infrastructure will appreciate the TLC your gift will provide.
3) Professional Development: Provide funds to send teachers to conferences.
4) Student Traditions: Host a lunch for big/little sister week.
5) Wellness & Enrichment: Learning balance in life.
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By Sasha Holland, student Graphic Designer and future talent
Happy #FlashForwardFriday !
Thank you Khagindra (@kentschools415 and @uofwa), for sharing how you envisioned your future as a high school student, and where you are now: "Do some research on what you think you want to do in the future. It's good to be open to various options. As a 17-year-old high school student at Kent-Meridian, I thought I'd study nuclear physics when I got to the University of Washington, but I fell in love with biology. Colleges offer lots of different fields. Go out there and explore!"
Project work by our Students with a variety of choices for showing their creativity, make learning more meaningful, and students become more engaged in what they are doing. It is a powerful teaching method.
Calling all high school counselors, financial aid advisors, and J2C site coordinators! You can now order #Journey2College publications at http://bit.ly/J2CPublications or swipe up on our story. Make sure to take advantage of these great resources for students! #StudentSuccess#ApplyMO
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Invitations have been sent for PCC's Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society - have you received yours? Be sure to check your student email and stop by the PTK booth at the Fall Fest on Oct. 29 (Caswell County Campus) or Oct. 30 (Person County Campus) to learn more! #ptk#pccpacerpride#studentsuccess
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Some wonderful photos shared by Madera Community College Center showing highlights from the Career Technical Education Expo at Chuckchansi Park.
WomenLead student and media entrepreneurship major Felicita Pineda was recently featured in The Signal! An accomplished bilingual singer and songwriter, Felicita has been performing since she was sixteen and has opened for the Latin Grammy-winning all-female mariachi band Flor de Toloache. This past summer, she also released her first music video for her song, "Cry Baby," which features fellow artists and friends from the Latinx community. Head over to our Facebook page to read more about Felicita's incredible journey as a student-musician in "Becoming Felicita Pineda" by Bria Suggs. Photo credit: Silvester Silver III, The Signal #StudentSuccess#StudentLeaders#TheSignal#TheStateWay#Atlanta#GeorgiaStateUniversity#StudentMusician#EmpoweringWomen#WomenLead#Students@gsusignal@felicita_xo
Whoever made this wall is not the most organised person in the world😅. There’s a much better way to keep yourself on track during your studies: get yourself a planner📒 at the beginning of the semester. Then you can keep all your class times, deadlines, and assignments in one place and never get lost. A good way to start filling it out is to pick out all the key dates of each of your modules at the beginning of the semester and write them all into your calendar📆. This will give you time to plan for assignments and revise for exams. Get organised!🕰️💣
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I travel the world to discover the coolest 😎study opportunities and share my advice with you guys. Follow my hashtag #studypunk to find your dream university!
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Our Royals came out in full force over the weekend for the @HydroAssoc Walk to End Hydrocephalus, which was chaired by Rosary alumna, Erin (Wilson) Berger '05 and her husband. This event was very dear to their hearts as they walked with their son Seamus (Shea) who is living with hydrocephalus. ❤💛 #surf4shea
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I think I might have bought too many books📚📚📚 from the second hand store. There was just too much pressure to make a decision, so I got them all!
Being a successful student💫 also means you need to be able to keep calm and perform under pressure. Particularly in written📝 and oral🗣️exams, in which there’s a time limit⏳, is this skill important.
This tends to come with practice: the more you do it, the better you get. But you can also help yourself by making sure you’re well-prepared for exams and leaving yourself enough time to get ready before you have to do it. You got this!🤓💪
I travel the world to discover 🔎the coolest study opportunities and share my advice with you guys! Follow #studypunk to find your dream university!