Volunteer Opportunities for High Schoolers

Healthy Cities Tutoring Training on remote tutoring and new tutor orientation on Sept. 15 One hour a week – Flexible times – No previous experience needed Grassroots Ecology Youth Stewards Program, weekly commitment connect with one another, learn about nature from our expert staff, make a positive difference in the community, and help restore their […]

Emory University

Located on just over 600 acres in suburban Atlanta with about 6,700 students, Emory offers a lot of options for undergrads. The campus has a main quad with historic buildings, but the school has invested in physical buildings, the most recent one being a Student center with dining facilities and various multi-use spaces. (Check it […]

Dartmouth Tour

Dartmouth is the smallest of the Ivies with fewer than 4,500 students, unlike other Ivies, there is a lot of focus on undergraduates (Dartmouth’s graduates schools are business, engineering and medical schools). Campus is picturesque; traditional architecture. The town of Hanover is bisected by the Appalachian trail and has restaurants and shops, but not a […]

How will you reinvent yourself as a result of COVID-19?

“What separates entrepreneurs, filmmakers, artists, and scientists who keep inventing? They keep reinventing themselves. They’re not afraid to experiment: tackle a new problem, try a new skill, take on a new collaborator, work in a new culture” ADAM GRANT I read this on Adam Grant’s feed a few nights ago and it got me thinking […]