–Embed from Getty Images–When Dan Palmer from Pennies & Dollars approached me about contributing ideas for his post “What you wish you knew about personal finance when you graduated high school“, I knew I had more to say than just a little contribution. I graduated class of 2002, 15 years ago. His prompt has brought some memories flooding…
high school graduation
How you go about your college application is very important, and it will have a significant importance in regards to you getting in the college that you want and being happy with the outcome.
I’m excited for you to start your next chapter. There are many opportunities available to you now that won’t be available at any other time in your life.
Madison J. Gray speaks on ways we can all help to increase the number of African American Male high graduates
Communities in Schools mission is to make sure kids stay in school and that’s why they believe it’s important to celebrate the Class of 2014 with the World’s Biggest Graduation Celebration
A student asks the most difficult question a professor ever had to handle.
68 years after his high school graduation, George Whalen finally received his diploma.
As Dennis Danziger watches his students graduate, he wonders what will happen next.
Ted Chalfen gives one of the most positive graduation speeches we have ever seen.
In honor of his High School graduation, Jeremy Feist offers touching and hysterical advice to his younger brother on how to have a good and happy life.