You’re probably wondering what college admissions recruiters and officers are thinking. Is it really all about grades to them, or are these recruiters hoping to find the esteemed multifaceted student that they could only dream of?
Being inside the newsroom at CNN made me realize journalism is what I was born for. CNN’s commitment to producing reliable and factual content is a true motivation, and I can’t wait to work there.
White created his brand Fly Familia after he got good feedback from showing off his designs around school and on social media. The young entrepreneur describes Fly Familia as “being an united family” because those who wear it have a similar taste in fashion and style.
This week, I participated in a job shadow to experience what it’s really like to be a (drum roll) graphic designer!
The economic benefits, jobs and education associated with the booming film industry in Atlanta are all fantastic, but this question still stands: Where do young people fit into this new industry and how do we get involved?
Turns out, some Atlanta teens are starting their own businesses in different industries and making a hell of an impact. Here are some of the black Atlanta teens changing the game selling clothes, hair products and jewelry — and motivating others.
Marietta teen Emily Ross, 13, is the youngest author signed by Title Town Publishing for a sci-fi/fantasy multi-book contract. Here are her writing tips for teens thinking about creating their own novel.
As a love child of the theater, I hardly felt out of place in Spelman College’s theater, interviewing Atlanta actress Terry Henry. It was reassuring that the beautiful chaos is not limited to high school theater.
The truth is, the more education you have, the more money you can earn.
This was Tamisha’s second year participating in the simulation. This time around, she managed to visit every necessary booth and still have money left, unlike like last time when she ran out of money. But Angel, 16, wasn’t as lucky.