Financial Tips for Recent Graduates

Graduates of 2015, you're leaving campus life behind and entering adulthood. Here are some tips from USA Today and Tana Gildea, a financial planner and accountant about financial independence. Financial independence includes being aware of your financial expenses from rent, loans, credit card payments, car notes and anything else that is included in your monthly expenses. Below are the Top 8 tips.

Summer Impact Series: Hannah Pauley

Meet Hannah Pauley, College Summit alumni, Assistant Director for West Virginia Region and member of West Virginia Advisory Board. This fall, Hannah will be receiving her Bachelors in Social Work from West Virginia State University AND getting married to the love of her life.

Diplomas Now Honors College Summit partner High Schools

Diplomas Now, an incredible organization focused on helping the toughest schools in America's cities ensure students graduate ready for college & career, just recognized some of College Summit’s partner high schools during their annual institute in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We would to congratulate our partner schools with a shout out. Thank you to our partner schools: Homestead Senior High School, Miami; Booker T. Washington Senior High School, Miami; and Daniel Webster High School, Tulsa.

Summer Impact Series: Tim Spicer

Meet Tim Spicer, who went from Peer Leader to Alumni Leader to Workshop Director to School Partnership Manager for College Summit’s National Capital Region! His first workshop as College Summit staff starts TOMORROW at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Summer Impact Series: Stan West

Meet Stan West, Director of College Coaching (DCC) and College Summit volunteer for almost 10 years! His motto is: “Each one/teach one/each one/reach one.”