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Written by: Mualla Icel, Freshman at Saint Louis University, FLI Program Participant (This content has been edited for clarity and grammar) Mastering Time Management Skills:In the transition from high school to college, one of the skills you need to master is time management skills. With scheduling classes each semester, knowing which times to register for classes, whether...
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On December 23, 2021, Future Institute’s Executive Director, Cengiz Karatas, gave a presentation about our organization’s mission and goals to the Rotary Club of Chicago O’Hare. Read More
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During this time of giving, our holiday and new year auction gives you the chance to treat yourself or give a gift to a loved one and support Future Institute’s program participants this year! And, if you’re looking to try or do something new in 2022, check out our online auction items. Or you can...
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For this week’s blog post, we are featuring a personal essay submitted by an anonymous FLI Program Participant. In this piece, the college freshman shares their experience on switching high schools, mental health, the college application process, and how she feels in present day. My journey throughout high school and into college was really something...
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At the Empowering Our Youth 2021 Gala, attendees learned more about Future Institute, our programs and participants, partners, donors, and supporters through representative speakers, video presentations, and a panel of program participants and mentors. The gala was hosted both in-person and virtual. There were 44 people in attendance at the Lakeview Room at East-West University....
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In November, 2020, The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust generously approved a grant for $5,000 and a $5,000 challenge grant for 2021 specifically for Future Leaders Initiative (FLI) program participants from HSA Cleveland. In the terms of the challenge grant, the Trust will match $5,000 in donations collected by Future Institute by November 13, 2021. View Grant Status
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Laptops and similar devices are mandatory in college — and even used in many middle and high schools! Computer skills prepare students for most majors, careers, and finding a job, so it’s not a surprise that laptops are a hot ticket item for college students to buy before college. You could take this super short...
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