As a mom of four, entrepreneur, and wife to the president of a youth organization, Osceola Panthers, I help oversee some 250 football and cheerleaders ages 4-14. For the last 16 years, our Osceola Panthers has impacted many families in the community with our programs, and I feel privileged to be on the journey with the families we serve. Our goal is to keep kids off the streets and afford them a place to go and belong.
It is extremely important that you visit the colleges in which you are interested. While some schools may look great on paper, it may not meet your expectations or simply “not feel right.” I have seen too many students who accept a spot, only to transfer after the first semester because it was not what they expected. When I ask, “Did you visit?”, most readily admit they did not.
Does your student not know what they want to do in life?
Do they want to explore a passion for a topic?
Do they want to be challenged in an Ivy-League course?
Do they want to earn college credit or industry certificates?
Answer yes to any of the above questions, then a MOOC is for them!
MOOC stands for “Massive Open Online Courses” that are hosted on a variety of platforms from businesses and higher education institutions all over the world. Students can explore topics like photography, business, molecular biology, chemistry, mathematics, and more- all from places like Google, Yale, Princeton, and MIT!
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- International Exchange
- Infographic – Online Moocs
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