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Blog Archive: March 2021
It’s officially spring. With the warmer weather, for families with a high school senior, there’s another transition ahead: Students are considering their options and making decisions about what’s next after high school. This could include enrolling in a training program, taking a gap year, headingRead More >
For Georgette Niyokindi, getting a college degree gives her the opportunity to give back to her new community: Burlington, Vermont. Currently enrolled at the Community College of Vermont, Georgette is on track to receive a degree in behavioral science before focusing her studies on social work. HerRead More >
“Success is helping other people. If I can go to bed and know that I made a difference in a person's life that day, then I have succeeded.” It’s hard to speak with Adrianne Hutchin and not leave inspired. The fifth-generation Vermonter and mother of five children is determined to give back to herRead More >
When asked what his plans for the future are, Wazir Hashimi has a short answer. “I am hoping to run for parliament in Afghanistan.” Wazir moved to the United States in 2013 from his home country of Afghanistan with the goal of getting a good education. He spent his junior year of high school at RiceRead More >