Organized by Kansas Program Director Katie Latta and Illinois Student Coach Shannon Labus, the summer excursion exposed a small group of Give Back Careers students, ranging from incoming freshmen to juniors in high school throughout Kansas, to life in higher education while giving them the chance to learn more about the various opportunities at their fingertips.
Give Back is committed to supporting and informing students during these times of uncertainty. The COVID-19 Pandemic may make it impossible for colleges and schools to resume in-person learning in the fall. It would be best if you took care of yourself and your mental health. Here are some tips we learned from our successful mental health session, which recently took place at our Mid-Atlantic Summit.
From standardized testing to researching future careers, it’s no surprise many students stress over the biggest piece of the puzzle: college applications. Check out some tips and tricks to impress college admissions.
The community school’s model at Binghamton University provides students and faculty with the resources necessary for students to achieve a higher education. Learn more.
Read more on the powerful story of first generation college graduate, Sergio Gonzalez.
Meet Angie, a 2017 graduate from Lewis University and the first in her family to graduate college. Learn more about Angie’s career now and the impact of the Give Back scholarship.