PLYMOUTH, N.H.-What do you want to be when you grow up? Nearly 30 Linwood, N.H., Public School sixth-graders considered that age-old question April 15 when they visited Plymouth State University as part of the Kids2College program.
|Crystal Finefrock, right, of PSU’s Financial Aid Office talks to Linwood, N.H. grade school students about the cost of a college education|
Sponsored by the Sallie Mae Fund, a student loan program, Kids2 College highlights the value and accessibility of a higher education to young people. Gail Carr, Director of Continuing Education at PSU’s Frost School, said the University embraces the program.
“By working with these young people, we’re encouraging them to think about higher education opportunities down the road,” Carr said.
Linwood teacher Kristie Morris said her students enjoyed their visit to classrooms, laboratories and
learning about the possibilities of higher education.
“We’re thankful and happy PSU coordinated with us on this program, it’s invaluable for the kids’ future,” said Morris.
Some of the highlights of the day included a tour of the campus, a visit to the library, a meteorology lab, art studio, career services and financial aid.
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