I was unimpressed. That’s how I felt when I met Ms. Marlowe for the first time. She gave a college advising presentation to my English class. Throughout the presentation, she highlighted the many things we’d have to do in order … Continued
Author: Molly Norwood, 2nd-Year Adviser at J.M. Morehead High School It has always been amazing to me the magic that is created when motivated people congregate. So, with 335 college advisers in one room, you can imagine the magic that … Continued
Author: Malika Carey, Rocky River High School ’12, Western Carolina University ’16 Entering my junior year at Rocky River High School, college was on the top of my mind. Luckily my school was granted a College Adviser, Ms. Humphrey, who … Continued
For 9/11 Remembrance Day, members throughout the state led their students in a “Campaign of Gratitude.” Participating in their school’s campaign, students created thank-you letters for first responders in their community. Great creativity and great gratitude!
Author: CJ Powell Wonderfully exhausted is the only way to describe how I feel at the end of my first week serving as a college adviser. This week I have shaken so many hands, said good morning to over a … Continued
Author: Jacob Lusk, First-Year Adviser at Caldwell Career Center Middle College, Caldwell Early College High School and South Caldwell High School Work has officially begun, and for the Carolina Corps adviser, that’s a round-the-clock commitment. I’ve only “worked” two full … Continued
Author: Rickita Blackmon, First-Year Adviser at Garinger High School We did not begin with an icebreaker. I can assume that most of us expected to engage in some sort of activity that would reveal quirks about ourselves in hopes of … Continued
The Rockingham County Advisers joined forces with the Rockingham Community College Admissions Office to plan “RCC Day.” Check out some of the great exploration and discovery that took place….what an IMPACT!!!
Guest blogger Jonneshia Smith (Vance High School ’12, Charlotte, NC) shares her scholarship acceptance speech, that describes the impact her adviser, Ms. Marlowe (UNC ’11), had on her and her peers the past school year. Hi, my name is Jonneshia … Continued
Author: Jake Reardon, Second-Year Adviser at North Surry and Surry Early College High Schools Walking down the hall on my first day brought back memories of my own high school experience, only now I wasn’t a student, and this wasn’t … Continued