Author: Marianne Lontoc

What Sets Summer Springboard Apart?

January 16, 2020

Written by Lillie Dawes, Summer Springboard alumni

Choosing the right summer program can be overwhelming. With so many options, making a decision can be hard. Each program has a unique set of features to offer. As someone who’s been to multiple academic summer camps, I want to share what sets Summer Springboard apart.

Read More What Sets Summer Springboard Apart?

Guide to Living on a College Campus for the First Time

December 20, 2019

Written by Lillie Dawes, Summer Springboard alumni

Living with Roommates

At college, most students live with a roommate or several roommates. Summer Springboard pairs you with either one or two roommates who you will live with for the two weeks. Having roommates can be challenging at times, as personalities and habits can be different, but from my experience, my roommates and I compromised easily and got along very well. We still communicate today and will be friends for a long time! Living with roommates for two weeks can help you discover whether or not you want roommates when you go to college.

Read More Guide to Living on a College Campus for the First Time

ZipRecruiter Survey – the most and least regretted college majors

December 6, 2019

Choosing the “right” college, the “right” major, and the “right” career path are among the most important decisions a young person will make during their high school years. However, pursuing the wrong path can be extremely costly and time consuming.

A recent ZipRecruiter study highlights the most and least regretted college majors.

Read More ZipRecruiter Survey – the most and least regretted college majors