Earn A High School Diploma Online In Less Than 3 Hours: Receive Certificate in Only 3 Days!

Take the Online Test, Pass it and Have This Diploma in Your Hands Quickly for Only $198.00     Graduate from Jefferson High Schools online diploma program and get the recognition you deserve. There is ABSOLUTELY no cost until you are ready to receive your diploma from Jefferson High School. Once you have passed the free online exam program, you can simply complete the graduation process and you are just days away from receiving your diploma in the mail (most people that successfully complete our program receive their certificates in less than 3 days).     Don’t wait! Review all program … Continue reading Earn A High School Diploma Online In Less Than 3 Hours: Receive Certificate in Only 3 Days!

Scholarships For Low Income Minorities

  UNCF serves students, communities  and the nation by helping low-income students to and through college. UNCF fulfills this mission by annually providing 10,000 scholarships, supporting  the education of more than 57,000 students at 37 UNCF-member historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and more than 900 colleges and universities  across the country and by serving as one of the country’s most prominent  advocates for the importance of education and college readiness. For more info on Scholarship, Fellowship and Internship opportunities, visit http://www.uncf.org/ Continue reading Scholarships For Low Income Minorities

11-Year-Old Starts School Year Off As College Freshman

FORT WORTH, Texas  — The hardest part of college life for Carson Huey-You (pictured) is the weight of the books he must carry in his backpack. After all, Carson’s only 4-foot-7, 75 pounds — and 11-years-old as he embarks on his freshman year at Texas Christian University. He became TCU’s youngest student ever when classes started last week. The physics major says he plans to be a quantum physicist. The Southlake child graduated in May as co-valedictorian from a private Grapevine high school at age 10. He scored 1770 on his SAT, and his mother, Claretta Huey-You, says Carson was … Continue reading 11-Year-Old Starts School Year Off As College Freshman

Thessalonika Arzu-Embry Graduates College At 14

While other girls her age are navigating their freshman year of high school, Thessalonika Arzu-Embry is only one month away from receiving her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Chicago State University, reports the Daily Herald. The teen scholar was home-schooled from 8-11 years-old by her mother, Wonder Embry, a veteran of the United States Navy, and credits her with her academic achievement. “My mother is a strong inspiration to my success,” said Thessalonika. The dynamic duo are schoolmates, with the elder Embry working on her graduate degree in Clinical Psychology, and spend their days working out, studying and praying together. … Continue reading Thessalonika Arzu-Embry Graduates College At 14

From Janitor to Ph.D.: 4 Tips To Turning Your Tragedy Into Triumph

by: Shaun Marq Anderson This life can be marred with tragedies, regrets, and setbacks. Moreover, these obstacles can leave a person searching, hoping, and pleading for a break. But what if you can turn your tragedy into triumph, your pain into peace, and your setback into a setup for greatness? Take it from me, I have ridden the roller-coaster of life and I have decided to use my mistakes as a launching pad! Years ago, one could have considered me as the stereotypical urban youth that gets plastered on mainstream media day-in and day-out: black, fatherless home, born into poverty, … Continue reading From Janitor to Ph.D.: 4 Tips To Turning Your Tragedy Into Triumph

Passion Into Action: 3 Tips For College Students To Succeed From The Start

by: John Turner (Professor JT) It seemed like just yesterday I was moving down to Indiana State University as a Young Man eager to get my College Life started. I was so excited about the opportunity to start a new chapter in my life. I’ll be honest; I never thought I would attend college after that first rejection letter came. God still made a way for me and I promised to him and to myself, I wouldn’t take my opportunity for Granted. A young man who people didn’t even think would make it through his first semester in college, cranked … Continue reading Passion Into Action: 3 Tips For College Students To Succeed From The Start

Graduate Schools Without a GMAT Requirement: Program Overviews

Schools that do not require students to submit GMAT scores usually have other admissions requirements, such as maintaining a certain grade point average and having several years of on-the-job experience. Many programs also require students to hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Some programs require students to hold a doctoral degree. Are There Any Graduate Schools That Don’t Require GMAT Scores? Overview While the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is usually required for most business degree programs at the master’s level, there are many programs that do not require students to submit GMAT scores. These programs most often look for … Continue reading Graduate Schools Without a GMAT Requirement: Program Overviews

THE POWER OF THE BLACK DOLLAR

African-Americans’ buying power is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2015, according to The State of the African-American Consumer from Nielsen and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), a federation of more than 200 Black community newspapers across the U.S. This growing economic potential presents an opportunity for Fortune 500 companies to examine and further understand this important, flourishing market segment. Likewise, when consumers are more aware of their buying power, it can help us make informed decisions about the companies they choose to support. See the full report below. http://www.nielsen.com/us/en/newswire/2011/report-the-power-of-the-african-american-consumer.html ViewPoint is a quarterly newsletter produced by Public Affairs. The … Continue reading THE POWER OF THE BLACK DOLLAR