Palm Coast offering 11 college internships for summer 2018

The City of Palm Coast is now accepting applications from college students for summer 2018 internships in administration, information technology, urban forestry, public works,...

A new way to handle college debt

Education department launched another loan repayment program in 2015 BY ERIN E. ARVEDLUND PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE There’s yet another way to pay back student loans without...

Social issues get blanket coverage at quilt event

BY JESSICA GELT LOS ANGELES TIMES (TNS) LOS ANGELES—She found her inspiration in the overnight violence report sent every morning to her husband, a district leader...

Summer work program in New Smyrna Beach exposed teens to volunteerism, job readiness, college...

Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church in New Smyrna Beach established a Save our Sons & Daughters Youth Summer Work Program to share with local youth...

Conference connects students at HBCUs to White House

BY GRACE TOOHEY TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON — Shaw University senior Bryann Guyton spent the first half of her week in the nation’s capital as an...

Bank distributes Financial Literacy Grants through FUTURES Foundation

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES SunTrust Bank recently awarded $16,780 in Financial Literacy Grants to seven school projects across Volusia County which combine entrepreneurism and financial...

Stetson University to graduate largest class on Saturday

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Stetson University’s 2016 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 7 will be its 130th and is expected to set two new...

Black male enrollment declines in med schools

BY FREDDIE ALLEN NNPA NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON –The number of Black males applying to medical school is lower than it was three decades ago, raising concerns...

Thrasher chosen as next Florida State University president

BY ASHLEY D. THOMAS DAYTONA TIMES The Florida State University Board of Trustees has selected state Sen. John E. Thrasher, 70, an FSU alumnus, to serve...

Desegregation linked to closing achievement gap

BY JAZELLE HUNT NNPA NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON — Year after year in measure after measure, Black, Latino, and Native American students trail their White peers...

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