The Greensboro News & Record just profiled some Dreamers from the Triad who are ready for college but unable to afford out-of-state tuition rates. Follow this link to read their stories and good reasons why North Carolina needs tuition equity now.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation will be hosting the 5th summer of the Non-Profit Internship Program (NPIP) in 2015. Consider applying to host an intern next summer. About NPIP This program began in the summer of 2011 with the goal of diversifying the pool of young non-profit professionals in North Carolina. Recognizing the financial hurdle that unpaid, […]
The Latino Student Success Project, that began in the Triangle, resulted in the creation of a Leadership Council that meets quarterly to discuss how the non-profit, K-16, and business worlds can come together to promote Latino educational success. Two committees were created from this larger group; one committee is the business and media committee and […]
Recognized among most effective in nation at increasing Latino Student Success Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF) was selected from among 217 competitors from 26 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico as one of 14 Finalists for the 2014 Examples of Excelencia award. Conceived and run by Excelencia in Education, this is the only national initiative to systematically […]
Here are some comments from the United 4 The Dream students: Today marks the start of the NC Walk 4 Tuition Equity. We are walking almost 200 miles, from Charlotte to Raleigh, raising awareness of tuition inequity in NC. We’ll arrive in Raleigh for Undocugraduation on June 17. Please show your support by commenting and […]