Last month we introduced you to Marie Angeles, a Summer Search Seattle alumna who is working to ensure college campuses are inclusive and supportive places for all students. This month, we connected with Bay Area alumna Alex Verheecke who is working on a similar goal, but for her high school students in Northern California.
Summer Search Bay Area alumna Alex Verheecke.
Continue reading Alumna Alex Verheecke Finds Her Voice Through Teaching
The 2016 National Football League (NFL) season is in full swing! It’s the time of year when fans all over the country, including many of our own students, alumni, staff, and supporters, take pride in rooting for their favorite teams.
Each NFL team, as well as the league itself, also takes pride in giving back to the communities in which they play and represent.
Last year, we were incredibly fortunate to have been chosen as one of the Super Bowl 50 Fund’s game-changing organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
This season, Summer Search is again fortunate to be receiving similarly game-changing support from two different NFL teams! Continue reading NFL-Sized Support
With SAT season getting underway next week (the first test of the new academic year is Oct. 3!!), high school students across the country are preparing to take the nation’s most widely used college admission test.
For those of us who have already taken the SATs, each year we breathe a sigh of relief for the fact that we no longer have to spend time memorizing formidable (causing fear or apprehension) lists of vocabulary words.
Continue reading SAT Vocab, Summer Search Style
There has been a lot of exciting things going on in the world of higher education lately! Allow us to summarize.
U.S. News & World Report recently published their 2015 College Rankings, while the New York Times put out a list of the Top Colleges Doing the Most for Low-Income Students. Also, the White House just released several new higher ed tools, including a College Scorecard, and also announced big changes to the FAFSA financial aid application.
Continue reading Choosing the Right School… for You