Campus visits are the best way to get a feel for the culture and community of a school than being on campus. The school you choose will be your home for up to four years. Get out there, take a look around, see what the school has to offer YOU.
As you’re thinking about which post-secondary school will be the best fit for you, make sure to consider the cost and how you will pay for it. Most post-secondary students end up borrowing money in the form of student loans. Make sure that understanding financial aid and student loans are on your college-readiness checklist.
Promise Alumnus Zachary thought post-secondary would be just like high school, only with larger course requirements. He was in for a surprise! After adapting to his responsibility to successfully complete his program, he made a few key choices that helped him land a job directly in the professional world after graduating.
Promise Ambassador Ryan has been volunteering with the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh since the fifth grade! A barrier for many people in today’s fast-paced world is time, but his advice is not to let the amount of free time that you have available dictate whether you help others. There are always ways to get involved.
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