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LEAP Tampa Bay Welcomes New Complete Tampa Bay Coach

LEAP Tampa Bay College Access Network welcomes a new completion coach, Matt Smith, who will manage LEAP’s new coaching initiative, designed to re-engage local working-age adults in education and training. Called Complete Tampa Bay, it will directly assist those with prior college or technical training experience by providing free, personalized coaching and support to help …

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Students: Time at home can help further your education & training plans

It’s a unique time in our country’s history and all Americans are challenged. High school students, especially seniors, as well as adult learners returning to school, are in an especially unique situation these days – navigating the waters of upcoming college admissions, testing, financial aid, all while schools have restricted access. What happens now? Have …

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Unsure how closures impact your college admission? Here are some tips

With so many questions surrounding college admissions, LEAP Tampa Bay spoke with a college admissions expert to get a few common questions answered surrounding applying to college in this new and ever-changing backdrop. Our professional encourages any high school senior or adult returning to school who currently has an application in process with a college …

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Going to college next year? Now is the time to prepare

The school supplies have been purchased, a mountain of paperwork has been completed, and your family is getting settled into a new school year routine. Amid the back to school hustle and bustle, it’s easy to forget about planning for the future. Now is the time to look ahead, however, especially for high school seniors. …

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LEAP in the News: Beyond Just Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment allows students to complete college credit courses while still in high school – speeding up the time it takes to finish a degree and ultimately cutting down on the cost of going to college. Increasingly, however, colleges are realizing that students’ attitudes and expectations about college can be shaped prior to high school. …

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