Apply to be a part of the College Board's Advisory Panel on Student Opportunity! Your voice will help us understand how to improve college-going culture for all students. Student Advisors work together to make decisions, develop creative ideas, and effectively present their ideas for the improvement of education. Apply by June 30. http://spr.ly/6189C1GHAdvisory Panel on Student Opportunitywww.collegeboard.orgApplications are now being accepted! It is vital for the College Board to understand the challenges students face while planning for college. That is why in 1978 we created the Advisory Panel on Student Opportunity. Your voice will help us understand how to improve college-going culture for all students. Student Advisors work together to make decisions, develop creative ideas, and effectively present their ideas for the improvement of education. Apply Now
With the help of the College Board's Educational Opportunity Center, adult learner Garie Cleveland recently received her associate's degree in criminal justice. http://spr.ly/6186C1GiIn Profile: An Interview with Ms. Garie Cleveland, an EOC Adult Learnerwww.collegeboard.orgEven though Garie Cleveland is in her sixties and just received her associate's degree in criminal justice, she still longs to be a judge. "I know that means I have to go to law school but I believe people should go after what they really want," she says. "I want something out of life!"
Why Not Us? is available online NOW! Watch four amazing first-generation college students travel across the country to meet with leaders who were also the first in the family to go to college and have the time of their lives. http://spr.ly/61867GZC
Last month we celebrated the United States Department of Defense Education Activity Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools’ New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico District as a College Board Advanced Placement District of the Year. Find out how the district is working to increase access and success in AP courses. http://spr.ly/61867GZIDDESS New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico School District Recognized for Increasing AP® Access and Performancewww.collegeboard.orgDuring a ceremony held on Friday, May 1 at Antilles High School on Fort Buchanan in San Juan, P.R., the United States Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools' (DDESS) New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico District was named a College Board Advanced Placement® District of the Year.
"Not everybody in this world has it figured out. CEO's, artists, chefs, dancers, everybody is still searching for their way in life." Jasmine shares why you should watch her and three other first-gen college students in the Roadtrip Nation and College Board documentary, Why Not Us? Watch it online now: http://spr.ly/6180AQYe