New College Freshmen . . .
This is the time of year when high school seniors have traditionally made their final college selections, mailed in deposits, bought college apparel, contacted their future roommates, and gotten ready to make the exciting transition to college.
But now students, their families and colleges all seem to be in the same pickle, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Here are just a few of the issues that have risen to the surface.
There are many reasons why it makes sense for this year’s graduating high school seniors to take a year off – a gap year – before starting college.
Students who opt for gap years could . . . Read more
In these days of social distancing and stay-at-home guidance, it’s more important than ever to connect with friends and family members and to continue expressing your creativity. That’s why the Student Research Foundation would like to tell you about a great opportunity for students and their families, from Destination Imagination, one of our student research partners. Read more
Are you a high school student who is logging a lot of time indoors in the safety of your home? Or are you the parent of a young man or woman who is?
If so, we have a suggestion for you . . . Read more
Are you thinking about a career as a museum administrator? Do you know a student who is?
Museum work is exciting and varied, with many interesting career paths to explore. Professionals who work for museums can undertake a range of duties that can include . . . Read more