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Blog Archive: April 2020
When Chandler Prescott was a high school sophomore, he joined the Forestry and Natural Resources program at Stafford Technical Center, where he got a big eye-opening. “It was there where I learned about the wilderness … how global warming is affecting the wild and everything like that. I just reallyRead More >
Cassandra Bittner knows she overcame some tough odds to be able to go to college at all. Neither of her parents had gone to college; in fact, her mother never even finished high school. And in St. Albans, where she grew up, she was definitely not alone in that, a factor that made for some lowRead More >
As we all adapt to new ways of daily living (including the challenges of online learning), we understand it can be overwhelming. And if you’re a high school senior, or the parent of a soon-to-be grad, you're juggling a lot right now, as students figure out where they may be headed next fall. All ofRead More >
When asked to talk about his journey from a kid growing up in Milton to a successful college freshman, Trent Cross tells a story marked with the typical challenge facing first-generation college students: “None of my family had ever gone to college, so I didn’t really know what way to go.” “But whenRead More >