Teach First helps first-generation students who want to become teachers by providing useful mentorships and resources for success in your career and life.
As a first-generation college student, Teach First provides you with a support network of peers, professors and professional educators from the first day of your college career.
You’ll meet regularly with Teach First director Julie Carballo throughout the academic year to discuss how you’re adjusting to college life and any challenges they may be facing in the classroom. You’ll connect with peers who understand your struggles and share in the celebration of your achievements. Teach First will help you create an individualized learning plan that includes realistic academic, personal, and professional goals.
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Choosing the right college is a big decision. Don’t make it alone. North Central’s admission and financial aid team is here to help you design a financial aid solution that works best for you and your family.
Merit scholarships, grants, loans, campus employment - these are just some of the resources available to you. Over 95 percent of students and 100 percent of all eligible students receive aid. Let our team partner with you in finding the best value for your education.
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