For High School Students

Learn the basics about mentoring and how to start your own program. Includes Presentation and the following resources: Background Check Disclosure and Authorization Sample|Mentor Qualifications and Responsibilities Sample|Mentoring Contract Template|Reference Check Template|Mentor Orientation Sign-Off Sample|Mentor Participant Profile|Match Worksheet Template|Mentor Application Template|Mentor Interview Template|Mentor Meeting Log Template
The purpose of this activity is to identify staff members by their institutions of higher education and engage students in dialogue with faculty and staff members regarding college access and college applications.
The object of the game is to have students become familiar with college terminology to better understand how to navigate the path to college graduation. Includes clues.
Team building/cooperative learning activity.
The object of the game is to get your "ducks in a row" to graduate. Includes questions by category.
Team building/cooperative learning activity.
This presentation gives an overview of best practices to delivering financial education and using the FDIC's free Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum as an example. Learn how financial education lessons can be integrated into instruction on core educational standards.
Team building/cooperative learning activity.
Great game for events and an interactive way to test college knowledge. Includes questions by category.
Learn about a sample activity to build excitement around college exploration at Blaine Middle School. The purpose of March Madness week is to use the NCAA basketball tournament as a vehicle to generate awareness of college among middle school students.


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