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Author: Jason Bullock

Scholarship Opportunity for students

The One for Two Education Foundation is seeking highly motivated applicants of accredited U.S. four-year colleges and universities.   For the 2019 academic year the Foundation made grants to a diverse group of ten scholars who attended both public and private high schools from seven states.  Grants of up to $25,000 per academic year were made Read More

How Paying for College is Changing Middle-Class Life

When getting a degree is seen as a moral obligation, families will spend whatever it takes. Everyone knows that higher education is expensive. The average annual price tag for attending a private, four-year American college is now around $50,000. To pay that, most students receive some combination of financial aid and loans, but schools expect Read More

Career Paths in Business

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts more than 600,000 new jobs in business by 2024, opening up opportunities for those with a passion for investments, real estate, marketing and human resources. Because the field of business is so broad, it’s worth exploring the different career paths and specializations available, what types of careers are Read More

An Inside Look at College Admission from the Industry’s Top Official

Stefanie Niles, President of the National Association of College Admission Counseling, the leading national organization for college admission professionals, has worked inside college admissions offices for decades. She shared some insight with Wow to help guide your students who are preparing for college through the stressful process. Niles, Vice president for Enrollment and Communications at Read More

This is America’s No. 1 college major for salary and job availability

One college major offers smooth sailing above all others for students seeking a secure, well-paying job. Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering is the most valuable major, according to ranking a ranking of 162 college majors released Monday by personal-finance site Students majoring in the field learn how to design ships and their inner workings, Read More

The Baggage Activity

This starts my 22nd year of teaching middle school. Yesterday was quite possibly one of the most impactful days I have ever had. I tried a new activity called “The Baggage Activity”. I asked the kids what it meant to have baggage and they mostly said it was hurtful stuff you carry around on your Read More

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