Student Loan Repayment Plans (as reported by Dan Kopf on www.qz.com)

It is a common piece of advice to students who graduate with student loans – that they should opt for a repayment plan that prioritizes paying back as much as they can as soon as they can. Unfortunately, this advice is often wrong. No two people are alike – nor are their careers and/or debts…. Read More

“Where’s Rebecca?”: Foster Care App Takes Top Prize at QLI Awards

NEW YORK, N.Y. – On Monday, June 4th, Working in Support of Education (W!se) held the 23rd annual Quality of Life INNOVATIONS (QLI) Awards Ceremony, generously hosted by CITI. 180 guests attended the event, which was capped off with the announcement of the 2018 prize winners. More than 749 high school students in all 5… Read More

2018 Euro Challenge National Finalists Present Findings at Washington, D.C. Embassies

MEDIA ADVISORY Contact: Steven Appel, (646) 675-8594 (mobile)  or Ethan Goebel, (917) 860-6921 (mobile)   WHAT:         Euro Challenge National Finalist School Presentations to the Embassy of Spain and the Embassy of Lithuania WHO:            The Delegation of the European Union to the United States (“the Delegation”), Working in Support of Education (W!se), St. Albans High School, and… Read More

Spend Now or Spend Later (as reported by J. D. Roth on www.getrichslowly.org)

For young people who are first entering the workforce, saving money can seem quite daunting. Although you are earning money for the first time, there are immediate demands on that money – clothes, commuting costs, food, rent, etc. It is hard enough to earn enough to cover your expenses, much less have anything left over…. Read More