This week’s podcast I’m interviewing LaDonna Bracy (MBA), is the founder of The Vision Board Academy and Vision Board Success for Your Business. LaDonna is a woman of faith who believes that everyone has the power to obtain what they dream about. Her humorous but no-nonsense approach has helped both herself and others succeed at […]
Charlene Rhinehart studied accounting and finance at DePaul University, graduated at 22 without student loans because she did not want to leave college with debt.. Charlene paid off all her student loan debt at 22, became a Certified Public Accountant at 23, and left her dream job to live her dream life at 28. She […]
“This was an earlier recording while school was still in session”Rockell is an Author and a Professional Speaker. Rockell’s role as a school counselor has allowed her to help teens and young adults identify their career paths.In this episode of Higher Education Advocates Podcast:04:46 – What are Rockell’s suggestions for the first-generation college students during […]
Jamie Newsome is the Assistant Director of Regional Recruitment and Outreach in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at IUPUI (Indiana University- Purdue University Indianapolis). She is remotely based in Chicago and is responsible for all nonresident recruitment initiatives for the university. She has been in admissions for about 12 years. In this episode of Higher Education […]
Joyce Weston is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Lead Therapist at Amaryllis Wellness Services, Inc. Today we are going to be talking about mental health and wellness during Covid-19 and we will share tips on how to survive during this pandemic. In this episode of Higher Education Advocates Podcast: 02:40 – Who is Joyce Weston? 03:30 – […]
Renee Causay. She received her master’s in Community Counseling from DePaul University and is currently in her last year working on her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Neuropsychology. Today we’ll be talking about emotional well being for children doing COVID-19 and share some tips on how families can help their children. In this episode […]
You submitted your FAFSA! What happens next? The college/career schools receive the information you listed on the FAFSA. The Financial Aid Office reviews the information to determine what aid you are eligible for. Your state higher education agency receives this information as well as the state agencies of the school you listed on the FAFSA.