high school students
(WWJ) A Wayne County program offers hope for high students who need help paying for college education. Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano this week is awarding 40 thousand dollars in scholarships through his hope foundation.
On Thursday, March 3, approximately 120 high-school students will gather at Oakland Community College’s Auburn Hills Campus to begin a three-day simulation of an authentic business experience.
A new U of M study says students who work more than 15 hours a week during high school have lower rates of college completion.
What do real life high school students say about the road to college? The Center for Youth Voice did a study of young people in Tennessee and Seattle in which young people asked one another […]
WWJ Newsradio’s Greg Bowman reports on giving high school students not only a diploma but an associates degree as well. Greg has more in this podcast.
WWJ Newsradio’s Greg Bowman reports on students that are interested in medicine should consider a career in Hospice care.
Online mentoring will be coming to high schools across Michigan this fall, thanks to a new program by Partnership for Learning and the Kresge Foundation.
More than ever, high school and college students dream of owning their own business when they grow up and working for themselves.
Websites that give high school students quick and easy information about a range of colleges are great for students less sure of what they are looking for.