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Blog Archive: July 2021
Gabriel Unwin grew up fast. The second child born to a teenage mother before her 18th birthday, Gabe spent his childhood and early teen years living in a two-bedroom trailer in Highgate, where he and his older sister mostly raised their three younger siblings.
(BPT) - Collegebound students have to complete their most important assignment before arriving on campus: paying the first semester’s tuition bill.
Adrianne Hutchin wants to support her community as a family law attorney
“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’ve succeeded.”
Although McKayla Marble is an only child, she’s played the important “big sister” role a few times for younger children in her community: first as a foster “sibling” and more recently as a regular babysitter for a three-year-old boy in her hometown of Johnson.
Students heading to college or training in the fall may have a month before they arrive on campus, but there’s one “to do” that is just ahead: Paying the fall semester tuition bill.