What To Look For In A Pre-College Summer Program

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The pre-college field is about three decades old. It has matured, more or less, alongside other services that developed largely as a consequence of the growing competitiveness of college admissions. There was a time, not too long ago, when applying to college was a pretty straightforward process. Taking the SAT was something you simply showed […]

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What are the best summer abroad programs for high school students (Reviews/Ratings)?

How to Choose a Summer Abroad Program There are a lot of summer abroad programs for high school students. Teens have never had as many options for a summer abroad experience. From one-week service-oriented programs to months-long cultural immersion experiences, there are literally thousands of different possibilities. Just for teens. In the summer. Abroad. So, […]

Dartmouth Update: 3DS

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We’ve wrapped up an incredible three days with student teams launching 7 different social venture starts up in just under 60 hours. Modules on ideation, lean canvas methodology, customer discovery, rapid prototyping, and pitching — with lots of feedback and mentorship thrown in — guided the development of each concept into polished and professional pitch […]

Dartmouth Update: Ropes Course, King Arthur Flour, Canoeing

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Greetings from Hanover. We’ve been busy. Orientation; a full day at the Dartmouth Ropes Course; workshops on sustainability, economics, and entrepreneurship; guest speakers; and tonight half the group went to King Arthur Flour for a pizza baking class while they other half went canoeing. Tomorrow, the evening activities will be reversed and we will, of […]

Welcome to Brooklyn 2018

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Greetings from Brooklyn. We’re getting fired up for the start of our Brooklyn: Urban Environmental Systems program. We (Cathy, Joanna, Jenny, and Jeff) have been busy for the last few days getting ready for everyone arriving tomorrow. We have so many fun and interesting things planned for the next two weeks. Can’t wait to meet […]

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Why We Deleted Facebook

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I’ve been looking for an excuse to #deletefacebook since day 1 of Sustainable Summer as an organization. Conventional wisdom among marketers is that Facebook is an essential platform for customer acquisition. As an organization that works with the high school demographic, this is perhaps doubly true for us. So, begrudgingly, one of the first things […]