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Help Young People to Inspire Change in 2014

Help Young People to Inspire Change in 2014

| January 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

The New Year is a chance to look ahead and resolve to do better in the future. At Raleigh International we will be focusing on the potential of young people in 2014 – young people who have the energy and determination to make things happen and inspire change, especially when it comes to helping others. […]

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10 Feel-Good Movies that Inspire Teenagers

10 Feel-Good Movies that Inspire Teenagers

| December 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

There are many lists of movies for teens out there. But until now, I hadn’t thought of writing a list of movies that inspire. There are so many inspirational and motivational movies that I have seen and loved, but when choosing movies for this list, I included only movies that I think teens will enjoy. I also […]

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New Years Resolution: Friend or Foe?

New Years Resolution: Friend or Foe?

| December 12, 2013 | 1 Comment

‘Tis the season for New Year’s resolutions. Follow my blog with Bloglovin The holidays are  in full swing, and the New Year is less than one month away.  Thanksgiving feasts are over, and Christmas presents are being wrapped.  December is synonymous with joy and happiness− so why is January filled with regret and longing? New […]

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Five Smart Reasons to Plan Your Summer Now

Five Smart Reasons to Plan Your Summer Now

| December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

For high school and middle school students who haven’t decided what to do this summer, right now is not too soon to ponder possibilities. Whether you have a clear idea of a summer travel program in the U.S. or abroad, only an inkling, or no idea whatsoever but know you want to do something, a […]

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Applied Knowledge: Introduction to the College Application Process

Applied Knowledge: Introduction to the College Application Process

| December 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Many of you out there are parents, many are teens, many are educators, and most of you have probably come into contact (or will come into contact) with the college application process. Scary, I know. As someone who just applied to some colleges, I can confirm that it is a daunting task from  start to […]

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6 Tips to Reduce Junior Year Stress

6 Tips to Reduce Junior Year Stress

| November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

You’ve heard about the dreaded, yet, legendary junior year since your first day of high school.The year where your homework is relentless, your test schedule out of control, and everything matters.  College is on the horizon and you feel the weight of every decision.  It all feels so overwhelming.  I understand. Truly, I do.  As […]

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