To maintain America’s meritocracy and protect our democracy, our leading institutions have an obligation to invest in financial aid and open the doors of college opportunity.
From First-Year Teacher to a Sustainable Career: Reflections from a History Teacher
Sam Routhier, a World History teacher at KIPP NYC College Prep, started his teaching career wondering how to engage his students. Now in his ninth year of teaching, he reflects on the lessons he’s learned along the way and why he still loves taking his students to The Met.
KIPP Goes to College: The Opportunities that Got Away
What’s one thing you wish you’d done, or done more of, in college? For the final post in our KIPP Goes to College series, KIPP alumni, KIPP Through College leaders, and staff from our partner universities talk about the road not taken.
KIPP Goes to College: Handling Bumps in the Road
For the third post in our KIPP Goes to College series , KIPP leaders and staff from our partner universities share the challenges they faced on the road to graduation.
KIPP Goes to College:
Our Advice for Those Just Getting Started
We know the adjustment to college isn’t always easy, but we also know it gets better. To help make month two a little bit easier, we’ve being asking some of our KIPP alumni, KIPP Through College leaders, and staff from our partner universities to share their college experiences and advice.
KIPP Goes to College: What Surprised Us
We asked some of our KIPP Through College leaders, KIPP alumni, and staff from our partner universities to share their college experiences and advice. They’ve experienced the challenges and triumphs that come with earning a bachelor’s degree, and they’ve got lots of wisdom to share.
Throughout the fall, we will be highlighting their thoughts here. Today’s topic: expecting the unexpected.
Before You Start an Internship – Know This!
Eight KIPP alumni share what they’ve learned about interning this summer to help their peers prepare for their first internship.