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8 months ago
May Virtual College Fair — Coalition for College

Coalition Application is hosting a free virtual college fair on May 28th (Note posted times are in Eastern Daylight Time): https://bit.ly/2zfY9mo

Our free, virtual college fair is recommended for all students in grades 9-11. At this online event, you’ll choose from “rooms” where representatives from 100 colleges will share an overview of ... See more

8 months ago
Asking the right questions: Helping students find their career answers | Provided by Partnership for Learning

High school students in Washington State can explore careers and update their High School and Beyond Plan: https://bit.ly/3ddqSGK

How can you help and what tools are available for students to explore possibilities and make plans?

8 months ago
How to Edit Your Own Writing

Getting ready to write college essays? Here's a worthwhile read:

Writing is hard, but don’t overlook the difficulty — and the importance — of editing your own work before letting others see it. Here’s how.

8 months ago
Stratford Festival

The Stratford Festival is offering free streaming of 12 Shakespeare performances over a four month period beginning tomorrow, April 23 – Shakespeare’s birthday-- with King Lear. (Note, times are ... See more

How can you deny the man himself?

Join Colm Feore this Thursday, April 23, at 7pm ET for the debut of his King Lear, streaming free on YouTube until May 14.

P.S. If you want to tune in a bit ... See more

9 months ago
Coalition for College

Coalition for College is hosting a free, virtual college fair on 23 April 2020 with over 40 colleges attending. Note the times of the fair are listed in Eastern Daylight Time. Pre-registration ... See more

Register to connect with more than 40 colleges. Choose the time that works best for you on April 23. Note: times are listed in Eastern Daylight Savings.

9 months ago
Washington universities drop SAT, ACT requirements amid coronavirus pandemic

Class of 2021: college admission requirements are changing in response to the disruptions caused by coronavirus. Regularly check the admission requirements for each college of interest.

The COVID-19 crisis is bringing about big changes in the college admissions process.

9 months ago
The New York Times Company and Verizon Are Offering 14 Million High School Students Free Access to Times Journalism | The New York Times Company

The New York Times--free for high school students for the next three months:

The New York Times Company and Verizon today joined forces to offer students and teachers in high schools within the U.S. free digital access to NYTimes.com. With students across the country impacted ... See more

9 months ago
AP Exam Schedule – AP Coronavirus Updates | College Board

Current high school students registered in Advanced Placement (AP) classes: updated information on this year's testing dates, times, and content: https://bit.ly/39IyFKG

Exams by Local Start Times Below are the primary exam dates. Makeup exam dates can be found below the Course Specific Exam Information. Exam Start Times: Local times may vary depending on a student's ... See more

9 months ago

Interested in getting involved in some volunteer research? Check out the people-powered research opportunities at Zooniverse: https://www.zooniverse.org/

The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research.

9 months ago
190 universities just launched 600 free online courses. Here's the full list. — Class Central

190 universities and over 600 courses--is there something that you have been wanting to learn?

Since the end of 2011 over 800 universities have created around 10,000 MOOCs. In the past four months alone, 190 universities have announced 600 such free online courses.

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