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Do you have any students looking to attend College outside of the United States?

If you do and have questions about international colleges, we have found a great resource that might help you. The Association of International Regional Representatives – North America is an organization that includes the North American based representatives from many OUS schools. They include a directory you can use to contact those representatives directly to Read More

Mental Health Resources to Support Students Navigating Life’s Challenges

All students have their own personal struggles. Some might do well in school but are oftenbullied by their peers. Others might struggle academically, due to a learning disability, anunstable home life, or other factors. Some are dealing with mental health conditions thatrequire extra support. Regardless of their different challenges, all students need mental health support Read More

Navigating the Discussion on Antisemitism with High School Students: Educate, Engage, and Empower

Addressing complex and sensitive topics like antisemitism in high school environments is crucial to fostering understanding, empathy, and combating prejudice. With the situation in Israel/Gaza this topic is at the forefront of conversation around the country. As educators and mentors, engaging in discussions about such topics is an opportunity to encourage critical thinking and promote Read More

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