College tours allows students to ask questions, meet other prospective students, gain a perspective on
what type of environment they are looking for, and understand the college on a deeper level.
Campus visits are very critical to the process of choosing which college or university is right for the student. A campus visit allows the student to learn about the college or university facilities, as well as student life, the culture on campus, academics, and programs offered by the institution. Seeing the dorms and dorm rooms, tasting the food, walking the campus all these elements are critical to understanding if a student will actually be happy once he/she is a student there.
We are excited to announce our Fall 2023 Southern California College Tour. Our college tour dates are October 22nd - October 27th. Our goal for this trip is to visit 7 universities/colleges campuses. Registration is open. We've set up a payment plan to make it easier for students to attend and for this trip to not be a burden on the families. Please click on the link below to register for this college tour.
Tweens and Teens Growing Financial Knowledge One Lesson At A Time
Raising financially smart children in the modern world can be a real challenging. Their lives are full of material desires from Social Media, Peers, The most important thing we can do to teach our children financial literacy is to get them involved with money management at an early age. Teaching children about money, including how to save and spend wisely, can set them up for long-term success. Teaching our children how to save and spend wisely can shape their attitudes towards money as they grow into adulthood. Everything from board games to basic investing concepts can help children gain a better understanding of money
Brown Girls In Congress
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls participate politically in their communities at an early age so that they can become engaged citizens and voters.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls learn about politics on the local, county, state and federal levels.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls learn service to the community through involvement in health, education, social service and charity work.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls become more aware of the power they have through voting and participating in the political process.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls become leaders.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls become better Public Speakers.
Our Brown Girls in Congress Program is designed to help our young girls become more
Young people who participate politically in their community from early on are more likely to become engaged citizens and voters. So, in order to have better “young” citizen, politics is one of the best tools.
The involvement of youth in politics leads to civic engagement, which is broader than political engagement because it can include service to the community through involvement in health, education and charity work. Political engagement is a more targeted aspect of civic engagement and can be expressed through voting, participating in political demonstrations and signing petitions for specific issues.
As Brown Girls in Congress strive to build political powers in the world, we can create new policies, systems, and cultures that will make the youth engage the political world in an active manner. Noticeable leaders that are from the young population occasionally arise and they put the world in AWE and WONDER with their charisma, skills, knowledge, and dedication that resonates with their cause.
We will train Our Young Brown Girls to run for local, county, state and national office(s) and change the rules, regulations and policies that will directly change the communities they come from. Our Brown Girls in Congress Program has power in regards to educating, empowering, and voting for the change that they want the world to see.
Please click on the link below and register for this event.
1. Traveling introduces them to new things
Young children may not remember the new things they discover during a trip – but maybe they do. Every time we go to a new place, our daughter could not stop mentioning it back at home months after the trip that our friends and family find it amusing for a two-year-old.
2. It teaches them the ways of the world
We have not gone as far as taking a trip outside of the country, but I know for a fact, from my two years as a parent, how easily children pick up things that are taught – and not taught – to them. Traveling gives them the chance to experience the world for themselves.
3. It teaches them history, geography, architecture
Trips can become more exciting for kids when they start getting involved. Where is our next destination on the map? What an amazing building – can we look up who designed it or why it was built in the first place? Learning easily becomes a part of the traveling lifestyle and does not make it feel like a task. Our toddler particularly loves pointing at letters and numbers she sees on the road.
4. A better learning experience beyond a four-walled room
Do kids get to see mountains, trees, leaves, flowers, worms or dried-up bones (from a museum) inside a classroom? Probably – but only in the books or on the Internet. Do they ever get excited seeing letters and numbers on signs? Maybe not. Nothing excites and makes kids learn more effectively than being able to use their five senses. As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn”.
5. Traveling brings them closer to nature
Farm animals, flowers, vegetables, trees, grass, ants – most of these things are easily taken for granted in the fast-paced life in the city. Since we bring our daughter out to hiking and camping trips most of the time, she gets to see them much closer and even get to touch them. Indeed, traveling is a great way to introduce them to Mother Nature’s beautiful creations and masterpieces.
6. Traveling teaches them to be adaptable
After our first two camping trips, our daughter has been able to easily sleep through a night inside a two-person tent by the beach or up a mountain as if she never left her air-conditioned room. Travel plans rarely go smoothly and spontaneity is often required. That’s why traveling helps kids get out of the structure and routine, making them more adaptable.
7. It encourages them to express themselves more
I would like to think that traveling and constant exposure to the outdoors have played a big role in our toddler’s ability to express herself. Why? We often ask her about the things that we see around and it encourages her to speak out. She talks about what excites her (like where we’ve been or where we’re going) and gets to widen her vocabulary in the process, too.
8. Traveling makes them more social
The classroom setting can provide a child with very little chance for interaction and when they do, they are usually just with children their age. On the road, kids get to meet and interact with people in all walks of life from all age groups. Trust me, traveling will make your kids more social.
9. It teaches them to be patient
Kids are naturally curious creatures and they can get very irritable when trapped in their seats for long hours at a time. Of course, traveling teaches them to wait out a little bit more until they are allowed to explore and just enjoy the sights on your way to your destination.
10. A breath of fresh air
City kids very rarely get to inhale unpolluted air, which is why traveling to places untouched by man can give them the chance to literally breathe fresh air.
11. It provides a break from the digital world
Mountain camps are our favorite, as far as traveling, because it gives everyone a chance for some digital detoxification. With no Peppa Pig, Dora or Princess Sofia episodes to watch, kids – and parents – have no choice but enjoy whatever else is available. A stroll around the campsite or the peak are one of our favorites. Speaking of mountain camps, you might want to bring these cool and awesome things for your next big adventure.
12. It provides the best bonding experience as a family
Traveling provides one of the best ways to take a break from the hustle and bustle of life. Kids get to have more time with their parents and parents have all their attention to their kids. As far as I’m concerned, traveling is definitely the best time to bond. Once in a while, we get certain looks and comments from strangers for bringing around a seemingly uncomfortable-looking toddler especially during adventure travels. I personally think that the partner and I look like crazy parents, but we bet more on the educational value that we give our daughter which makes every crazy, exhausting trip totally worth it.
Whether you decide to on a staycation, a weekend getaway (which is what we often get), a short out-of-town trip or an adventure travel – do consider bringing your child or children with you. Don’t wait out until they are older. Moments like these could pass you by so cherish it while you can.
13.Travel teaches children that multilingualism is a fun way to experience the world