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Virtual Coaching

Debt-Free Scholars, LLC (DFS) has expanded services to include virtual coaching.  This service has allowed DFS to provide support and information to several students and families. 15 more words

Having a Facebook Page 

Yes, it’s been sometime since I have made a blog post. If you know me and the career path I plan to take, I have to wrap things up with my internship. 69 more words

Getting Things Done

Dyanmic Mentorship - UNITE Inc.

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of speaking with the founder of UNITE Inc, Mr. Travis Smith. UNITE was founded in 2011 with a mission to promote leadership, scholarship, and social awareness while motivating and empowering youth to dream and achieve educational success. 142 more words

Setting Up Your Schedule for Next Semester

Welcome Class of 2021!

STAR is a huge step in getting your college career started off. You meet your advisor, and enjoy a few informational sessions, but most importantly you’ll sign up for your first semester of Purdue classes!  603 more words


Packing List - 2017 Native Youth to College

Luggage Policy: Due to space limitations, all participants are allowed a maximum of two (2) pieces of luggage. This is a strict policy and the Native Youth to College Program will not be responsible for paying any luggage fees incurred by participants. 215 more words

Native Culture

When to Start Thinking About Colleges?

This is another question that I often get from parents of high schoolers. The truth is, it’s never too early to think generally about college, but a better question would be to determine when to start thinking… 285 more words

Prep Blog

Is Having a Car in College Worth It?

Having a car in college can lead to some really fun times. Cross country road trips in the summer, getaway weekends and nights out on the town are all easier for students who bring a car to campus. 772 more words