The path to life after high school isn’t one size fits fall. It looks different for everyone. This fall, BigFuture Live Community Nights are a space for you to ask college and career questions, get personalized answers and hear perspectives–all from your unique lens. These events will help you start planning your future with your unique background, wants, and needs in mind.
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Native and Indigenous Students: Plan Your Next Step
Planning for life after high school is an opportunity to not only shape your own future but also contribute to the well-being of your community. Join us for an empowering BigFuture Live event designed to guide Native and Indigenous students through the career and college planning process while staying connected to their communities and cultural values.
Planificación universitaria y de carreras para estudiantes latinos
Navegar la vida después de la escuela secundaria implica mucho más que elegir un camino para el futuro. Tus experiencias, aspiraciones, herencia cultural y la comunidad a la que perteneces son únicas y también influencian tus decisiones.
Co-Sponsored by College Board Staff Affinity Groups
College Board staff affinity groups are made up of staff who lead efforts to uplift underrepresented communities and build a diverse, welcoming organization. The groups promote cultural diversity and awareness, provide personal and professional development opportunities, and sustain our mission to support excellence and equity in education. All staff at the College Board are welcome to join any or all affinity groups.
The Alliance for Asian Retention, Inclusion, Success, and Engagement (ARISE)
ARISE is dedicated to strengthening a sense of community among and promoting a more inclusive work environment for, and improving recruitment, development, and retention of, Asians at College Board.
DIASPORA: Alliance for Pan-African Success and Achievement
DIASPORA focuses on supporting Pan-African cultural diversity at the College Board. Members advocate for recruitment activities that reach the Pan-African community and organize networking opportunities and activities that highlight the achievements of Pan-Africans.
PRIDE focuses on the LGBTQIA+ community, both at the College Board and among the students we serve. PRIDE empowers its members to bring their authentic selves to work each day and works to deepen College Board understanding of the challenges many LGBTQIA+ students face as they aspire to earn a college degree.
Resilience is a network of College Board staff who will organize opportunities for networking, recruitment, and professional development, promote cultural diversity awareness, and identify additional ways Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian staff and advocates can strengthen the College Board mission.
Staff Alliance for Latinx Success and Achievement (SALSA)
SALSA strengthens the Latinx community at College Board by celebrating Latinx culture, bringing awareness of Latinx issues to the organization, and advocating for employee and student success.
Women’s Impact Network (WIN)
WIN’s mission is to support and empower all women at the College Board. The group works to strengthen women’s leadership skills and increase networking opportunities within the organization. A subgroup, WIN Mamas, focuses on the specific needs and concerns of mothers in the workplace.