Welcome to another exciting and eventful school year at the Elizabeth Edwards Fellows Program. We are so happy to not only have back our class of senior and junior fellows, but to welcome in a new cohort of sophomore fellows.
This month, we were very lucky to have Sarita Broadway from CFNC.org come to discuss how the College Foundation of North Carolina can help students plan, apply, and pay for college. The free college and career planning resources that CFNC provides will be key in helping the fellows with the college application process.
The fellows were also able to attend the International Festival of Raleigh. Thanks to the organization International Focus, which promotes, cross-cultural communication, education, and understanding, we were able to attend the festival for free. While there, the fellows went to cultural exhibits, watched dance demonstrations, and sampled food from all around the world. It was a great way to learn about and share world cultures as well as celebrate the diversity of the Triangle.
Finally, the fellows had a great time working with the residents of Brighton Gardens Senior Living Home. We helped them paint some colorful pottery. We also heard stories from many residents about how their children attended Broughton High School!