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Planning for college is a long-term process. The sooner parents start saving, the less student loans will be needed later. If you are a parent looking to get help from the bank, you will need good credit. This video has a useful tip for you to look for when you have a child in college.
Graduating high school and entering college is a big transition in life. Many people will tell you what to expect, but their experiences may differ from what you will be experiencing. This tutorial will help make the transition easier with helpful tips from a political science professor on what to bring to college.
In this short video, see how college bound high school graduates prepare for college at Quantum U's 8-day college boot camp summer camp with learning and life skills that help them get ready for college.
Take on the Tough Classes: Algebra II, Biology, and Foreign Languages Come to Life in KnowHow2GO campaign
The Advertising Council, Lumina Foundation for Education and the American Council on Education (ACE) are teaming up once again for the second year of the KnowHow2GO college access campaign. The new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) will have a new look, feel and focus. The campaign's website, www.KnowHow2GO.org, also features new content this week to coincide with the PSAs.
The KnowHow2GO campaign encourages low-income and first-generation students in grades 8 through 10 to take the steps necessary to prepare for college. The new television, radio, print, outdoor and Web PSAs stress taking on the "tough classes" as one of those important steps.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/adcouncil/32888/
Which SAT & ACT test prep materials are right for your child? CBS News 9 Education Expert Amy James talks about how parents can help their kids prepare for college entrance exams.
Taco Bell Aims to Raise Millions to Combat Americas High School Dropout Crisis.
Participating Taco Bell® restaurants across the U.S. will donate 15 percent of their gross sales on April 23, 2009 to the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens (the "Foundation")—the company's non-profit organization dedicated to helping teens graduate from high school and be prepared for college, careers and life. This nationwide campaign aims to double the Foundation's annual giving goal. At the same time, the Foundation is providing consumers a chance to win one of four $25,000 scholarships as an added bonus.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/tacobellfoundation/37716/
Lee Binz, The HomeScholar, introduces herself to a group
of parents at HIS Ministries homeschool co-op in Washington. This
presentation was titled "Preparing for College"
Lee Binz, The HomeScholar, introduces herself to a group of parents at HIS Ministries homeschool co-op in Washington. This presentation was titled "Preparing for College". Visit her website www.TheHomeScholar.com to see how she can help you homeschool.
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The clip Not Accepted Part 2 from Accepted (2006) with Mark Derwin, Justin Long
Society has rules.
And the first rule is you go to college. Mmm-hmm.
You want to have a happy and successful life? You go to college.
If you want to be somebody, you go to college.
If you want to fit in, you go to college.
Well, you know what? Maybe I didn't get into college.
What do you mean?
I didn't get accepted anywhere.
I knew he should've started preparing for college in junior high
like his sister.
Now, she's got a shot. I've got a shot.
She's got a shot. Listen, guys.
There are plenty of successful people who didn't go to college.
Albert Einstein, you know.
Pocahontas never went to college.
Corey Feldman and Corey Haim.
They had a great run.
Both Lewis and Clark.
Suzanne Somers. Bono.
I need to go check on the cobbler.
"Check the cobbler. " Glug, glug, glug.
You know, I really don't care what Sonny Bono did or didn't do.
You're goin' to college.
I told you so.
You were adopted.