The last 6 months have been some of the best of my life. Because of the ForCarol Scholarship I was able to have the unique
Seokho Hong was the Tracy High 2012 Carol Phan College Scholarship recipient. He has graduated from Stanford with a B.S. in Computer Science and plans
I saw this video on Facebook. Sure hope Derek does not mind me reposting it here for all our readers. 🙂 VERY COOL, VERY CREATIVE.
Here is a BRAND NEW blog entry from Caitlin Dong, ForCarol.com’s 2011 College Scholarship winner. Caitlin is now attending U.C. Berkeley (….Berzerkeley….I just had to
Note: Caitlin Dong was the first recipient of the Carol Phan College Scholarship. She is now attending U.C. Berkeley. Thank you, Caitlin, for this update
Fun video from Pacific….enjoy watching how engineering students design then test their cardboard boats. Why UOP? My daughter Kristen (Soph) and lifelong friend Alison (Frosh)
Lori showed me this link on the University of the Pacific web site. In there, UOP (Pacific) states that Payscale.com has ranked Pacific graduates as
UC Berkeley Student Orientation by Caitlin Dong Just as high school freshmen attend orientation, so do college freshmen. I attended freshman orientation for UC Berkeley
Here is a quick campus tour nicely done by sander72991 on YouTube. Cal Poly was nice, the campus is functional, not nearly as beautiful as
I liked Fresno State. Nice and hot, beautiful buildings, and the campus was nice (very Central Valleyish). Visit Picasa for our pictures of Fresno State
A lot of Tracy students end up at Berkeley (assuming they have the grades to get in). Trivia: My wife’s cousin used to be the
Stanford University. Not much to say since it is so well known, but, it is in Palo Alto, CA and is a pretty nice campus.
This is where Carol was supposed to go. There are two videos. The first one is the “official” UC Davis promo, and the second I
I thought that video tours of local college campuses (then, eventually, go global!) might be interesting for teens (and parents) visiting ForCarol.com. Whaadaya think? I