By Amira Alexander, James Kenan College Adviser As we enter into the Holiday season and the much needed week long break, we are finally granted student-free morning, afternoons, and evenings. But what to do with
by Jonique Lyles, 1st Year College Adviser at South Granville High School, October 25th, 2017 October is the time of year when the pedal hits the metal; it’s application season and students are hard at
John M. Belk Endowment Invests $10M in College Advising Corps to Support Postsecondary Access for High School Students Throughout N.C. Endowment’s Second Major Grant to College Advising Corps Read the full article HERE.
By Veronica Tapia, College Adviser at Heide Trask High School | January 26, 2017 As I entered my first summer training with the NC State College Advising Corps (NC State CAC), I was constantly reminded
By Amira Alexander, College Adviser at James Kenan High School | January 20, 2017 Are you an anxious parent, worried about applying and paying for your student’s college education? Or are you an over-prepared junior
By Kendyll Graham, College Adviser at East Bladen High School | November 3, 2016 While being a college adviser, one of the most common barriers I hear from students is the cost of going to
By Ashley Morris, College Adviser at Ayden-Grifton High School | October 26, 2016 What does education, determination, and parents have in common? You need all three to succeed in college. Students often neglect the role
By Ariana Parker, College Adviser at Creswell High School | October 19, 2016 As an adviser, we help our students narrow down and choose the college that fits them most based on various factors. Is the