TeenSHARP College Access Ambassadors, Robert Adams and Maija Hall, were selected to attend the 2013 Building a Grad Nation Summit in Washington, DC on February 24-26 as youth representatives. Robert and Maija, both high school seniors, attended the summit in February, which is a national event that examines the progress and challenges in the nation’s … Continue reading
The TeenSHARP program is currently taking applications for its 2012-2013 program year (September 2012-May 2013) until September 30th, 2012. For more information about TeenSHARP’s 10-month leadership program please see the College Prep Program section of this website. You can also feel free to contact us at 609.505.4285 or firstname.lastname@example.org. TeenSHARP 2012-2013 Program Application!
We had a great time with our TeenSHARP students and parents during our 2012 college tour! Our first stop was Providence, Rhode Island where we visited Brown University. At Brown our students participated in an information session and then had a meeting with Brown University students–Julianna Perez and Josh Rodriguez–at Brown’s Third World Center. After … Continue reading
On Monday October, 10th, 2011, TeenSHARP Youth Leadership Program student, Robert Adams, and TeenSHARP Early Action Network program student, Lara Abiona visited the University of Delaware to shadow an undergraduate student as part of TeenSHARP’s “Campus for the Day” initiative. Through the “Campus for the Day” initiative, all TeenSHARP high school students will have the … Continue reading
The clock winds down. 5. .4. . 3. . 2. . The ball is released from my hands with a perfect arc and I smile as it enters the hoop at the last second. I freeze my hands in shooting position for dramatic effect while the crowd erupts in celebration. Wait. There was no crowd. … Continue reading
TeenSHARP Parent Workshop: Dr. Shaun Harper (University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education) Saturday March 5th, 2011 at 10:30am @ Rutgers University-Camden Campus Dr. Shaun Harper will be coming to speak to parents and teens on March 5th about race, achievement, and preparing for college success. He will discuss the racial and gender disparities in … Continue reading