YOUTH CONFERENCES, FORUMS & SUMMITS
We specialize in planning events that are designed to support youth development and school success. We sponsor and coordinate youth summits, workshops, issue forums and conferences.
INFORMATION & DESSEMINATION
We develop and provide educational materials related to college & career readiness, summer learning, and school success to boost academic mindsets for youth year-round.
We partner with the community and like-minded organizations to expand opportunities for academic success.
We speak out on the best interests of children for equity in education.
Learn more about our partnership with businesses, colleges and community agencies that encourages teenagers to plan for a successful school year by providing critical skills needed for academic success
Adolescence can be a rough time for parents. At times, it may be rough. Learn more about teen related health information by visiting "HealthyChildren.org".
A campaign designed to encourage students and veterans to prepare for college. Explore the site to learn more about the steps you need to take to be college-ready.
Use the College Navigator to build a list of colleges and compare affordability, majors and other information.
Every Get Schooled challenge offers all students in a school multiple ways to engage with interesting and valuable content. Ultimately each challenge strengthens a school’s college going culture while introducing proven tools that engage and inspire students.
If you need help paying for college or career school, the office of Federal Student Aid can assist you with getting the money you need. Check out this video to learn about grants, loans, and work-study jobs and how they can help fund your education. Visit StudentAid.gov to learn more.
EducationNC (EdNC) works to expand educational opportunities for all children in North Carolina, increase their academic attainment, and improve the performance of the state’s public schools.
Helping students in North Carolina to plan, apply, and pay for college.
America After 3PM spans a decade of data chronicling how children spend the hours between 3 and 6 p.m. — the hours after school ends and before parents typically return home from work. It highlights the trends of afterschool program participation, documents the benefits associated with participation in afterschool programs and measures public support for afterschool programs.