Life after college can be difficult to navigate for any graduate, but for undocumented students, the challenges can seem insurmountable.
To help pad the landing after graduation, some undocumented students are forming alumni support groups so that graduates can help each other, share tips for survival, and develop clear pathways for those students who come next.
The impact of COVID-19 has changed countless aspects of higher education—and many experts believe those changes are likely to remain moving forward.
Greg Fowler, a longtime leader in online education and president of the University of Maryland Global Campus, offers a different take on the future of higher ed. Some institutions will not want to change—and not all should, he says.
Young people of color often encounter extensive barriers to success upon entering the workforce. One organization is trying to create a better pathway.
Every year, the Urban Alliance and its partners provide paid internships for an estimated 500 high school seniors in underserved communities. Students gain valuable exposure to job and life skills training, plus ongoing support once they graduate.